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Find out about the activities of the VEMIRC Research and Development Center and academician Veljko Milković
May 27, 2022
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.
May 10, 2022
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.
March 18, 2022
The two-stage mechanical oscillator of academician Veljko Milković has attracted a lot of attention from the domestic and international scientific community over the past 30 years. This is supported by numerous scientific papers published around the world, as well as published opinions of numerous scientists and enthusiasts, which will be published in the latest book being prepared by the Research and Development Center VEMIRC.
January 27, 2022
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.
January 14, 2022
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.
December 25, 2021
The guest on the YouTube channel Putni Dnevnik was Veljko Milković, inventor and researcher. In this visit, Academician Milković talks about the improved version of the two-stage mechanical oscillator, gives previously unpublished details about his research of the Petrovaradin Fortress, as well as artifacts that support his hypothesis that the legendary Atlantis civilization was in today's Pannonian Basin in Serbia.