Hutchison Update: Preliminary Analysis Report on Utah Uraninite Samp

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2012-05-04 21:01:38

Attachments : I know this is “techie” – but for those who were looking at the Prager “Nuke” material – this test does show changes in radioactivity as a result of one of John Hutchison’s experiments…   www.thehutchisoneffe…   www.thehutchisoneffe…       Preliminary Analysis Report on Utah Uraninite Sample-Before and After Exposure to Scalar Wave Device Invented by John Hutchison 3 May, 2012 Report Author: Steve Colbern PDF Version with better formatting here Experimental Procedure A small (~1 cm X 1 cm X 0.5 cm) chunk of Utah uraninite was broken off of the main mass andtested for radioactivity using a CDV-700 geiger counter. The sample was then sent to John and Nancy Hutchison. The smaller chunk of uraninite wasexposed to scalar electromagnetic radiation from a device which was designed to accelerate radioactive decay. The exposure time was approximately 30 days, during which time the samplechanged visibly in appearance, and became less black, with some golden yellow hues. After exposure to the device, the smaller sample was sent back to the author and re-tested on theCDV-700 counter. Small pieces of both the main mass of uraninite and the exposed uraninite chunk were thenbroken off, mounted on aluminum posts with carbon tape, and analyzed by Energy Dispersive X- Ray (EDX) elemental analysis.Results Geiger Counter Testing DataBefore exposure to the scalar radiation, approximately 75,000 counts per minute (cpm) were detected with the sample 0.5 cm from the detector tube, and the tube window open. After exposure, approximately 50,000 cpm were detected from the sample, under the same conditions as before.   EDX DataFigures 1 and 2 show the EDX spectra of the sample before and after exposure to the scalar radiation from John Hutchison’s device. Elements detected in the sample before exposureincluded carbon (C), oxygen (O), magnesium (Mg), aluminum (Al), silicon (Si), calcium (Ca), vanadium (V), manganese (Mn), iron (Fe), and uranium (U).Several more elements were detected in the exposed uraninite sample (Figure 2), including sulfur (S), potassium (K), titanium (Ti), copper (Cu), gold (Au), and lead (Pb).Tables 1 and 2 show approximate percentages of each element detected.    Futí «cala count*. 11704 14000  UMitUedl!)  10000 MM Figure 1-EDX of Uraninite Sample Before Exposure to Scalar Electromagnetic RadiationTable 1-Quantitative EDX Data for Uraninite Sample Before Exposure to Scalar Electromagnetic Radiation ThuApr26 15:14:10 2012Filter Fit Chi-squared value: 2.350 Errors:+/-l Sigma Correction Method: Proza (Phi-Rho-Z)Ace. Voltage: 20.0 kV Take Off Angle: 30.0 deg   tient Element Wt.% Line Wt.% Error CK 16.06 +/-0.32 OK 59.08S MgK 0.09 +/-0.01 A1K 0.29 +/-0.01 SiK 10.04 +/-0.04 CaK 8.15 +/-0.05 VK 0.28 +/-0.03 MnK 0.57 +/-0.05 FeK 0.52 +/-0.03 UM 4.93 +/-0.12 Total 100.00     10             11 Figure 2-EDX of Uraninite Sample After Exposure to Scalar Electromagnetic Radiation Table 2-Quantitative EDX Data for Uraninite Sample After Exposure to Scalar Electromagnetic RadiationThuApr26 15:30:43 2012 Filter Fit Chi-squared value: 2.012 Errors:+/-l SigmaCorrection Method: Proza (Phi-Rho-Z) Ace. Voltage: 30.0 kV Take Off Angle: 30.0 deg   Element Element Wt.% îe Wt.% Error CK 39.40 +/-0.46 OK 37.98 +/-0.34 MgK 0.14 +/-0.01 A1K 0.54 +/-0.01 SiK 7.33 +/-0.03 SK 0.15 +/-0.01 KK 0.31 +/-0.01 CaK 7.71 +/-0.04 TiK 0.08 +/-0.01 VK 0.56 +/-0.02 MnK 0.40 +/-0.02 FeK 0.59 +/-0.03 CuK 0.13 +/-0.02 AuL 0.26 +/-0.05 PbL 0.21 +/-0.07 UL 4.21 +/-0.30 Total 100.00     DiscussionThe lower specific activity of the uraninite sample after exposure to the scalar radiation is consistent with acceleration of radioactive decay of the decay products of uranium, which areresponsible for most of the detected radioactivity of natural uranium samples. The level of activity in each of these samples should be confirmed using a scintillation counter, for moreaccurate data on specific radioactivity. The presence of lead in the experimental (exposed) sample is also consistent with thishypothesis, as lead 206 (Pb206) is the normal, stable, decay product of the uranium radioactive decay series (Figures 3 and 4).The presence of gold in this sample is more difficult to explain, as gold is not normally formed in the decay of actinides, such as uranium, and its formation would require that “exotic” nuclearreactions, which do not normally occur, were active in the experiment. The presence of gold and lead in the exposed samples should be confirmed by the use ofInductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) trace element analysis. 35 Americium ‘Am1 ^s alpha decayI beta decay “J stable isotope ___ thorium chain_____ radium chain ___ actinium chain __ neptunium chain 34 Plutonium (Pu) 33 Neptunium (Np) n Veptunk ml» •> 32 Uranium (U) 92 Urn lium (U) 31 Protactinium (Pa) 31 Protacti juin 50 ra) 30 Thorium (Th) Thorium IT h) ■tinium 83 Actinium (Ac) (Message over 64 KB, truncated)

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