Letters to Editor of Local Paper 'The Curry Pilot following article about the Hutchisons, noise pollution..
This letter is a local response.
Your paper recently discussed the purported radiation remediation efforts of John and Nancy Hutchison Pilot, Dec. 25). I say purported because there is absolutely no credible evidence that their so-called radiation remediation efforts do anything other than create a nuisance.
Over the past several years, John Hutchison has claimed to have achieved: antigravity, radiation neutralization, free energy, the conversion of tar into water, and other equally fantastic phenomena. One of the Hutchisons’ latest claims is that their anti-radiation equipment also improves the weather.
Extraordinary claims call for extraordinary evidence. The majority of their evidence consists of unverifiable YouTube videos, virtually none of which contain sufficient information for anyone to reproduce their findings. I say virtually none because there is at least one video that provides sufficient information to duplicate the Hutchison’s results. If you study the video carefully, you can see the string responsible for producing antigravity. Nancy Hutchison claims that their “(Technology) doesn’t fit the academic sciences.” And there is a good reason for that — it is not science.
The Hutchisons say they are lowering radiation levels resulting from the nuclear reactor accident in Japan. However, airborne radiation fell below minimum detectable levels long before the Hutchisons came to Oregon and began their anti-radiation efforts.