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Basic Principles of Over Unity Electromagnetic Machines
Learn basic ideas of making new ultra efficient electric motors and generators and how to improve existing patents which use permanent magnets
Price: EUR 4.35 (US$ 5.66)
years of research on the idea of movement of vehicles without an intermediary
mechanism (transmission) resulted in this extraordinary book. In a slightly
unconventional manner, Milkovic explains the new drive and events which
preceded its making...
It is very strange, but it turned out that the same invention fulfils two ancient human dreams. One about a machine which works continuously, and the other about the flying device which moves according to the wish of the person on the device. Here, of course we do not mean aeroplanes and rockets, but a flying machine that does not use any kind of fuel. A vehicle with such a motor could move on the ground, in the air or anywhere in space, without fuel.
Anti-gravitational motor is machine that confronts so-called
"laws of nature". This idea could not have been believed in, without being
pronounced naive or demented. Anti-gravitational motor belong to the field
of science-fiction, although contemporary physics knows the case where a
law of action and reaction does not apply in one inertial system. This is
the magnetic force which is emanated by two particles as they move.
Picture 1. A cart with one pendulum askew
Inconsistency is frequent in physics. Besides, mechanics is somehow outdated, and left to technicians and mathematicians. These three disciplines do not have the same basis, and they are more inconsistent than it is usually recognised. Physics explores occurrences and events in nature, independent of their meaning to humans, whilst technique deals with the possibility to join these occurrences in one whole. Mathematics precisely defines conditions under which these occurrences happen, but does not, and can not, take into account the meaning of these occurrences, which is an integral part of physics. Mathematics also can not express practical purpose of an occurrence, which techniques can. Therefore, these three disciplines, in spite of having things in common, can not merge into one another. Physics basically abandoned the field of mechanics, as if it has nothing more to say.
Classical physics is, in large part, Newton's physics, and he was more of a mathematician than a physician. Maybe that is one of the reasons why there is a span of several centuries between the discoveries of Galilei and perpetuum mobile, and even an anti-gravitational motor. Physics is relying too much on quantification of physical constants that are part of a certain occurrence, while, at the same time, it ouches the qualification of these same occurrences to the side.
As far as technique is concerned, it prospered immensely, especially in the 20th century. On the other side, it is well known that new discoveries are usually technically very simple. For example, from a technical point of view, Veljko Milković's cart shown in Picture 2. looks more like a toy than an attempt to make an anti-gravitational motor. When you look at it from the physics point of view, it looks completely different.
Picture 2. Small cart with a pendulum askew
This cart contains everything an anti-gravitational motor needs. As with other models made by Milković, there is an inertial force pushing them in one direction. The main part of the model is a physical pendulum which is askew and is moved by gravity. Gravitational field should be replaced with a magnetic field, to enhance the efficiency of the model. Milković made a model with two askew pendulums, which oscillate with phases positioned towards one another in an angle of 180°.
Perpetuum mobile and an anti-gravitational motor have been hiding in the shadows of scientific thought for along time. That shadow certainly contains many similar "scraps", awaiting future exploration.
Cart with a pendulum
- Vehicles with internal and inertial drive -
video presentation of Serbian inventor, Veljko Milković, demonstrating his
perennial research work on the idea of moving vehicle without indirect mechanism
(transmission). Milković explains a new power and how the isolated powers
can perform one-way moving of model using tensile forces of physical pendulum.
There is also an attempt to improve and to confirm the law of action and reaction (The third Newton's law), which hadn't undergone any revision from its beginning.
the contents: Tensile forces of physical pendulum, Motion without usual
reflection, An addition to the Law of action and reaction (The third Newton's
law), Cart with a pendulum, Truck with horizontal physical pendulum...
An excerpt from the TV show "Svet ideja", Radio Television of Novi Sad (Serbia), recorded in 1996.
Superiority of Pendulum Drive
- Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy -
Veljko Milkovic demonstrates a simple experiment showing the change of potential to kinetic energy and proving the energy excess is possible with the pendulum drive.
Experiment description: the change of potential energy to kinetic energy of a metal ball in two cases: (1) a metal ball is rolling down on the inclined plane of the pendulum cart from upper edge and crashes at the lower edge of the cart resulting in 11 cm path traveled by the cart (2) The same metal ball is attached to the pendulum rod on the same pendulum cart and it is realized to swing from the same starting point as in the case (1). The path traveled by the cart is now 30 cm, almost 3 times longer; showing and proving in that way the superiority of pendulum drive and confirming the energy excess is possible with the pendulum drive.
You can see here one of the experiments with the cart with a pendulum:
You can see the latest patent
from this field of research:
You can also find and read the scientific and expert opions and analyses on this invention:
More about this research and anti-gravity motor can be find in the book written in English by Veljko Milković "Anti-gravity motor", in chapter What did the others say - Press clippings and Internet and from the author himself.