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Most of the world's companies do not hide that they produce and sell machines for heavy industry made according to the principle of the two-stage mechanical oscillator invented by Novi Sad resident Veljko Milković. about 500 such companies have no problem putting the name of our famous inventor, however there are quite a number of those who do not mention his name.
Internet website Šareni portal published an interview with academician Veljko Milković on the topic of the two-stage mechanical oscillator and companies that produce industrial machines around the world that rely on this patented technology.
The team of Novi Sad TV visited the Serbian Academy of Inventors and Scientists - SAIN. On that occasion, they conducted interviews with academics - members of this academy, among whom is academician Veljko Milković
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.
In this video, Academician Veljko Milković addresses the audience for the first time regarding the improvements related to his most outstanding invention - the two-stage mechanical oscillator. This video was posted on his official YouTube channel.
The US Ministry of Energy announced that the "holy grail" in energy is still possible and that super-efficiency in energy production has been achieved, just as Veljko Milković claimed for decades that it is possible to obtain excess energy.