Veljko Milković


Veljko Milković

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name = Veljko Milković


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Two-stage mechanical oscillator
Self-heating eco-house
Hemorrhoid Toilet Seat
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Veljko Milković (Serbian Cyrillic: "Вељко Милковић") (13 November, 1949, Subotica, Yugoslavia) is an inventor and a researcher from Novi Sad, Serbia. Milković is active in ecological research, as well as amateur archeology and free energy movement, and wrote a number of books in these areas. For his work he received several awards. He is a member of the Serbian Academy of Innovation Sciences from Belgrade, a group of 20 inventors. He claims to be in possession of 23 patents [ [http://www.veljkomilkovic.com/PatentiEng.html Veljko Milković's Patent List] ] .

Examples of inventions and research

He invented a self-heating eco-house and a number of, what he calls, ecological innovations: polythene greenhouses and greenhouses with reflecting surfaces, mushroom gardens. Several of his inventions are related to simple things for everyday use, like an autonomous battery charger, a line of universal tools as well as a toilet seat for people with piles.

With some of his inventions, Milkovic participates in the free energy movement, which is classified as a pseudoscience [CSICOP: [http://www.csicop.org/sb/9612/internet.html Pseudoscience on the Internet] ] . His basic inventions in this category are what he calls "impulse-gravitational machines" (cart with a pendulum, two-stage mechanical oscillator, hand water pump with a pendulum) a kind of pendulum-lever system which he claims can produce more energy than it receives: an example of a perpetuum mobile.

Petrovaradin fortress

Among Veljko's interests is exploration of the Petrovaradin fortress in the city of Novi Sad. He claims to have discovered a pattern in its subterranean labyrinth with ”↑”, ”Y” and ”T” crossroads which enables him to examine the fortress safely. For his exploration of the fortress, he received a note of thanks from the Museum of Novi Sad [http://www.veljkomilkovic.com/Images/Priznanja/Nagrada6.jpg] .

In 1983, Veljko Milković and Srećko Drk founded ”The club of friends of Petrovaradin fortress” within ”Vladimir Nazor” library in Petrovaradin. In 1997, he published a text, entitled ”Mysteries of Petrovaradin fortress”, as a feuilleton, a script and a book about Petrovaradin fortress and its underground. In lectures and during short excursions he talked about dangers, but also about great tourist potential of Petrovaradin, Fruška Gora, Srem (Serbia) and the central part of the Danube-basin.

Awards and acknowledgements

Among various domestic and international awards, he has received the ”November charter of the city of Novi Sad” [http://www.veljkomilkovic.com/Images/Priznanja/Nagrada19.jpg] in 2002 for his contribution in the field of ecology and energetics as well as in 2002 a gold medal of Novi Sad fair for the invention hand water pump with a pendulum.

Bibliography

Veljko Milković wrote 12 books and 6 other publications.


=Books=
* "Solarne zemunice - dom budućnosti" (Solar Sod Houses – The House of the Future) (1983)
* "Ekološke kuće" (Ecological Houses) (1991 – printed in four unedited editions)
* "Šume za proizvodnju hrane" (Forests For Food Production) (1992 – translated into Esperanto the same year)
* "Ka antigravitaciji - kompaktna vozila" (Towards Anti-gravitation – compact vehicles) (1994)
* "Antigravitacioni motor” / ”Anti-gravity Motor" (1996 – with translation into English)
* "Perpetuum mobile" (Perpetuum Mobile) (2001) [ [http://lccn.loc.gov/2007488513 The Library of Congress Online Catalog - Bibliographic Record for 2007488513 ] ]
* "Petrovaradin kroz legendu i stvarnost" (Petrovaradin Through Legend and Reality) (2001) [ [http://lccn.loc.gov/2007479675 The Library of Congress Online Catalog - Bibliographic Record for 2007479675 ] ]
* "Petrovaradin i Srem - misterija prošlosti" (Petrovaradin and Srem – mystery of the past) (2003) [ [http://lccn.loc.gov/2007477787 The Library of Congress Online Catalog - Bibliographic Record for 2007477787 ] ]
* "Svet misterija - novi pogledi" (The world of mysteries – new views) (2004) [ [http://lccn.loc.gov/2006412309 The Library of Congress Online Catalog - Bibliographic Record for 2006412309 ] ] [ [http://catalogue.bl.uk/F/Y4D3JGX3C4BNPTD5QF8CCHBLQKPS6XFYXSC84R8XKSDBBFT8LL-15045?func=full-set-set&set_number=000578&set_entry=000001&format=999 The British Library Integrated Catalogue - No. 013159325 ] ]
* "Petrovaradinska tvrđava - podzemlje i nadzemlje" (Petrovaradin Fortress – over and underground) (2005)
* "Novi turistički potencijali" (New Tourism Potentials) (2006)
* "Petrovaradinska tvrđava - kosmički lavirint otkrića" (Petrovaradin Fortress – cosmic labyrinth of discoveries) (2007)


=Feuilletons and notes=
* "Niskoenergetski život" (Low-energy Life), (1996),
* "Energetski potencijal rečnog zaliva" (Energetic Potential of the River Bay), (1996),
* "Prethodna civilizacija" (Previous Civilisation), (1999),
* "Misterije Petrovaradinske tvrđave" (Mysteries of Petrovaradin Fortress), (1999),
* "Petrovaradinska tvrđava između legende i stvarnosti" (Petrovaradin Fortress Between Legend and Reality), (1999) and
* "Nestale civilizacije" (Missing Civilisations), (2000).

References

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External links

* [http://www.veljkomilkovic.com Veljko Milković's Website]


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