Academician Veljko Milković is constantly working on new applications and perfecting his most outstanding invention, the two-stage mechanical oscillator. This invention has become the subject of numerous scientific research papers published all over the world, and interest in studying its application has not waned for 20 years both in scientific circles and among enthusiasts. In this article, Milković presents the improvements of the two-stage mechanical oscillator.
Veljko Milković claims that the legendary Atlantis was discovered in the area of the Pannonian Basin and that he has solid evidence for this. For this reason, he offers a reward of 100,000 dinars to the one who manages to disprove his thesis. The publishing house VEMIRC is preparing a new book - a collection of works published by historians from the Balkans, which further confirms this theory. This article is the first in a series of articles that will present evidence justifying the discovery of Atlantis.
The well-known Serbian historian Bojan Dimitrijević has published his latest book: The Legacy of Atlantis, published by the publishing house Čigoja. In this book, Veljko Milković and his hypothesis about the Pannonian Atlantis are mentioned among the numerous hypotheses regarding the location of the mythical Atlantis.
Renowned Serbian internet portal Ekapija published an interview with academician Veljko Milković on the subject of his patent - a self-heating ecological house. This article states that, in light of the current energy crisis, this type of housing concept that has high savings in energy consumption is probably one of the most cost-effective and economical future housing concepts that exist today.
India as a country is absolutely leading in terms of the number of published scientific research papers on the topic of two-stage mechanical oscillator. The latest work was published at the Buddha Institute of Technology in the city of Gorakpur, located in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
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.