Well. Here it is. Sometimes you don't have to make up a story at all. You just arrive at a campground and there's a present waiting there for you.
Down a few spots from us, is this:
Here's a zoomed in view of the top (are those laser guns??):
The back of the bus has some information taped to it (and, it was once a S.W.A.T. vehicle):
According to the sign on the bus:
"THIS BUS IS A MOBILE LAB FOR RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINATION ELIMINATION. THE RADIATION FROM THE ONGOING JAPAN DISASTER IS ACCUMULATING HERE. BETWEEN THE PACIFIC AND THE CASCADES. MORE INFO ON THE INTERNET: www.enenews.com." I can't read more in this photo (and I forgot what the rest says) besides the name JOHN HUTCHISON, but basically, it's this guy: John Hutchison.
From Skepdic, on "The Hutchison Hoax":
The Hutchison hoax is named after an eccentric Canadian, John Hutchison, a fan of Nikola Tesla and Tesla coils. Hutchison claims to have discovered a number of weird things, such as the levitation of heavy objects and the fusion of metal and wood by forces heretofore undetected by normal scientists. Hutchison calls these weird things "the Hutchison effect." Some of the things he calls weird seem to be explainable in terms of electromagnetism and other known physical forces, but he has more mysterious explanations, such as zero point energy and electromagnetic fields that cancel out gravity. Unfortunately, he seems to be the only one who can produce the effects, but not even he can replicate them—at least not in the presence of unbiased observers. His evidence consists mainly of his word and his videos. Read more.
From his website:
"Now that the government has destroyed his third laboratory, and again taken his home from him, where did John end up with his tiny fixed income and boxes of his broken dreams? A German research team gave him enough seed money to take his whole show on the road with his new wife Nancy. As John travels the U.S.A. in his newly converted S.W.A.T. bus, he treats polluted waters of the gulf with the Hutchison Effect and researches different possible pollution solutions from his mobile command center."
And lastly, these are his instructions for cleansing the environment of the radiation here on the West Coast (or anywhere else) from the Fukushima disaster in Japan:
HAM RADIO OPERATORS
TUNE INTO the
ULF bands at 16 kilohertz
VLF bands at 19 kilohertz to 400 kilohertz and then into the
HF bands at 4 megahertz starting at 2 mhz to 18 mhz then at up to 27 mhz
there will be lots of side carriers
The RF effects are also in the X band region
the regions of the solar flux index and
these are 21 to 24 centimeters
CAPTURE THIS and use AM and USB and lower SB to
RETRANSMIT and set up a RELAY
The frequencies can also be received by
RF MODULATED LASERS and TESLA COILS
Tesla coils will do a lot on there own,
plug them in and they will recieve and tranmit
and if any folks have IMPULSE GENERATORS or RF GENERATORS
feed the signal into them and fire them off.
Ham Radio Operators
use phase shifting and other devices to get the frequencies out.
CB Radio Operators
If you can pick up the signal from John Hutchison, rebroadcast it. Do a CB SKIP.
We are working with sky waves, ground waves and interactions with a larger prime mover like the ionosphere, solar and geomagnetic fields and propagation. THIS IS SAFE!!!
We used REBAR as antennas to capture the RF frequencies.
This worked in cleaning the ground around the rebar.
GET rebar and put in the ground.
Along with this use your mind for healing the earth and helping Japan.
This is called psychotronics.
All the above information and psychotronics are accepted sciences in the millitary industrial complex as well as noetic science teams.
Please help save the Earth.
With enough people capturing and relaying the frequencies, we may be able to create a SHIELD against the nuclear contamination.
WE ARE ALSO WORKING ON TWO OTHER FORMS OF TRANSMITTING THE FREQUENCY SHIELD…will tell you when we have those operating and what you can do to protect yourselves.
Oh yeah, and there's a low kind of electronic hum coming from the campsite, and an extension cord going from the bus up high into a tree (which we think is probably an inexpensive alternative for a shortwave antenna).
(Posted by Laura…with research help from Kevin)