academician Veljko Milković
Even long before Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), there had been attempts to make a gravitational machine, but in terms of imagination and number of the preserved designs (drawings, replicas…) Leonardo is certainly unique and useful for everyone who is looking for the abundance of clean energy, crucial for the continuation of life on Earth.
At the time of the Renaissance, the construction of the aircraft Leonardo drew seemed impossible, and yet 400 years later planes and helicopters took off, defying the official scientific position that “objects heavier than air cannot fly”.
And 500 years later, we can assert that gravitational machines are possible and that Leonardo’s work forms the rock-solid basis, precious for future inventors, scientists and constructors. This perspective allows us to understand what is really “impossible” and what can be achieved!
Almost all the known designs of gravitational machines and magnetic motors can be reduced to the form of a wheel, i.e. rotation as an important factor. According to the official or conservative point of view, all the attempts failed.
And still, for centuries the answer to the biggest challenge has always been more or less the same and in the form of the wheel. However, in the last couple of years the experiments have shown that a much higher efficiency can be achieved with the pendulum than with different kinds of wheels, rotors, flywheels, propellers, turbines… Gradually, we are starting to understand that the pendulum can use the inertial forces, gravitation and magnets far more efficiently than the wheel.
This is the story of the discoveries, which have been hidden from us for a long time, and were dismissed as science-fiction, until nowadays when breakthrough inventions are receiving awards, appraisals and objective criticism, but also dogmatic a priori attacks.
Perhaps it is time to change the perspective since new ideas and materials brought about breakthroughs in gravitational machines which are fully functional and can be used for various purposes.
The aim of this book is to present as many facts as possible, which will lead us to the light at the end of the tunnel.
Full Book Title: Gravitational Machines - From Leonardo Da Vinci to the Latest Discoveries
Author: academician Veljko Milković
Paperback: 376 pages
Language: English & Serbian
Product Dimensions (Format): 22,7 x 15,2 x 2 cm (8.9 x 6.0 x 0.8 inches)
ISBN-13: 978-86-88883-03-0 (CIP - The Matica Srpska Library Cataloging-in-Publication Data, Serbia)
Edition: First (December 27, 2013.)
Publisher: Veljko Milkovic Research & Development Center - VEMIRC, Novi Sad, Serbia