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.
The portal of the Austrian Space Energy Association (ÖVR - Österreichischen Vereinigung für Raumenergie) published an interview with academician Veljko Milković about his invention - the two-stage mechanical oscillator.
The guest on the YouTube channel Nauka i Misterije Balkan was Veljko Milković, inventor and researcher. In this visit, academician Milković presents previously unpublished details about his research of the Petrovaradin Fortress, as well as about artifacts that support his hypothesis that the legendary civilization of Atlantis was in the area of today's Pannonian Basin, in Serbia.
Academician Veljko Milković is constantly working on new applications and perfecting his most prominent invention: the two-stage mechanical oscillator. This invention has become the subject of numerous scientific research papers published around the planet, and the interest in studying its application has not abated for 20 years in scientific circles. In the latest video, Milković presents a new, fast and improved version of the two-stage mechanical oscillator. In this improved version, certain problems that occur with the basic version of the invention have been eliminated.
A group of authors from the Department of Geography, Tourism and Hotel Management at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the University of Novi Sad published an international scientific research paper on Petrovaradin Fortress entitled: Sustainability of Underground Heritage, an example of military galleries of Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad. The paper was published in English, and Veljko Milković is mentioned several times in the references of this paper.