Scientific research paper

January 27, 2022

OSTFALIA UNIVERSITY: Zero point energy and the two-stage mechanical oscillator

Professor Klaus W. Turtur from the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences in Germany has published an interesting paper on the topic of zero point energy and research related to the exploitation of this phenomenon as a free source of electricity. Among the potential sources of zero point energy is the two-stage mechanical oscillator of academician Veljko Milković.
May 10, 2022

NEW INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PAPER: A new irrigation system without any external sources

International research of Milković's water pumps is not abating. However, there are papers, such as this one, in which Veljko Milković is not mentioned anywhere, although it is obvious that it is his invention. The following scientific paper was published in India.
May 27, 2022

NEW INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PAPER: Design and manufacture of a hand pump for water with a pendulum capacity of 20l/h and raising water to a height of 1m

Academician Veljko Milković's two-stage mechanical oscillator is slowly but surely conquering the world. The latest scientific paper we found is the first to include South America in the places where this Milković invention is studied. This thesis comes from Antonio Narino University located in Bogotá, the capital of Colombia.
June 10, 2022

SLOVENIAN REFERENCES: Autopoiesis and oscillations

In Slovenia, a doctoral dissertation on the topic "Building blocks of autopoiesis in organization 4.0" was published, which deals with the organizational abilities of living beings, and the references mention Veljko Milković and, especially, his book Energy turning point or apocalypse. In this paper, the author Tanja Balažic Paček equates the genius of Galileo with Veljko Milković and his explanation of oscillations.
June 24, 2022

NEW INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PAPER: Power generation by means of pendulum and solar energy

Another scientific research paper was published in India on the topic of electricity generation using a two-stage mechanical oscillator. What sets it apart is combining it with solar energy. The following research paper was published at the Bangalore Institute of Technology, which is part of the Visvesvaraya Technological University in Belgaum, India.