Berlin

Repulsine

1940 The first Repulsine (flying saucer) built first in Berlin and then in Vienna, where the prototype broke from its mooring and smashed through the factory's ceiling.

(peswiki)
In 1944, Schauberger developed his Repulsine machines at the Technical College of Engineering at Rosenhügel in Vienna. Schauberger produced several working prototypes. The Russian and American military confiscated his work at the end of the war.

(frank.germano.com)
The invention (The Repulsine) makes use of the fact that the presence of certain substances, especially metals such as copper, silver or gold, for example, or those substances collectively termed synthetic resins (plastics), which are decisive for the progress of the vital functions in liquids or gases (air) and whose effect can, in part, be described as oligodynamic (decay-producing effect, as envisioned by Schauberger). Therefore, if the said course of motion of the substances to be dissociated is also allowed to proceed "oligodynamically", then the severing of the atomic bonds ca be successfully achieved to a large extent and considerable energies freed. These freed energies can readily be brought into new combinations, such as for the further development of the atoms of primary gaseous substances into liquid or even solid formations or these energies may be drawn of or diverted in some other way.

 



20 latest nodes tagged Repulsine

Latest del.icio.us links tagged "repulsine" on del.icio.us

    Excerpt from Wizard: Nikola Tesla - The Life and Times of a Genius: Mach's experiments in Wave Mechanics

    ...in retrospect, it appears obvious that Stumpf's opposition did not stop Tesla from studying Mach's experiments in wave mechanics. Born in Moravia (now the Czech Republic) in 1838, Mach graduated from the University of Vienna in 1860. By 1864 he was a full professor at Graz, and by 1867 he was head of the department of experimental physics at Prague, with four books and sixty-two articles to his credit.

    Alternative Energy Institute: Hans Coler (missing page found on web.archive.org)

    "There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and that is an idea whose time has come." ? Victor Hugo. Unfortunately for German inventor Captain Hans Coler, popular aphorisms don't always ring true. His innovative research on an over-unity Gravitational Field Generator was interrupted by Allied bombings during World War II.

    Victor Schauberger's Biography

    based on http://www.schauberger-books.org.uk/mainframe.shtml

     

    1885 Viktor Schauberger born in Holzschlag, Upper Austria, into a family with a long tradition of caring for the unspoilt Alpine forests.

    1914-18 Soon after the birth of his son Walter, Viktor was enlisted in the Kaiser's army.

    1919 Appointed forest warden and gamekeeper.

    Syndicate content