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Anti-Gravity Machine for Sale: Instructions Cost Extra

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Huchinson anti-gravity machiine
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(SALEM, Ore.) - Inventor of the anti-gravity machine John Hutchison sent out an interesting email today; he is offering his anti-gravity lab for sale. Anyone with at least fifty grand to spare can bid on this extremely unique project on EBay. Of course that is just the starting bid.

Hutchison is moving from his location near Vancouver, Canada; and that means some things have to go. He explains that this move has led to the decision to offer the public a chance to purchase his anti-gravity machine that has been featured on National Geographic and in many other publications and programs.

He assures those who follow his work not to be overly concerned; he has great project planned for the future.

"No worries folks, I have more new projects I am working on, and the anti-gravity lab needs to go to a good home. This lab includes all of the components that I have used to produce anti-gravity, including many pieces of equipment that I built with my own hands and are ONE of a kind."

That might be a bit of an understatement. John adds that if you place a bid, he will send you the complete list of equipment included. He wants to get the word out also that this is for serious buyers only.

"The anti-gravity lab will be carefully packed on approximately six (6) pallets, and you will need to send a moving truck to bring it to your place."

The buyer will have to arrange for a moving company to pick up the pallets.

"If you want me to come and set up the lab and show you how to operate the anti-gravity, there is an additional fee of $10,000.00," Huchison added.

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