Contents

INTRODUCTION viii

SOURCES xiii

1. SOME PHILOSOPHICAL ASPECTS OF NATURAL ENERGIES 1 From Special Edition Mensch und Technik, Vol. 2, 1993, section 7.4 1 From Special Edition Mensch und Technik, Vol. 2, 1993, section 3.1 3 Conclusions 5 The Biological Vacuum - The Optimal Driving Force for Machines 9 The Catalysts 21 Cadaverine Poison in Ray-Form (Ptomaine Radiation) 28

The pressure turbine 28

The suction turbine 32

2. NEW FORMS OF TEMPERATURE 37 A Brief Description of My Discovery 37 Bio-Technology: Active & Reactive Temperatures 39 The Life-Current in Air & Water 41

3. NEW FORMS OF MOTION AND ENERGY 56 The Reactive Fuel Economy 56 The Practical Application of Cycloid-Space-Curve-Motion arising from Processes of Cold Oxidation 61

The Economy Founded on Reactively Produced Energy 65

Explosion and Implosion (Expansion and Impansion) 73

4. NEW VIEWS OF ELECTROMAGNETISM 75 Magnetism - Electricism 75 Magnetism = the Function of Levitism and Electricism =

the Function of Gravitism 80

5. THE NATURE OF WATER, ITS CONDUCTION

AND USE FOR TRANSPORT 87

Letter to Werner Zimmermann. June 20th 1936 87

The Ennoblement of Water 90

The Transport of Ore in Double-Spiral-Flow Pipe 92

The Liquefaction of Coal by Means of Cold Flows 95

Patent for: Pipe for Liquid and Gaseous Media 104 Patent for: Processes and Equipment for the Conveyance of Liquid,

Gaseous or Aeriform Media 107

6. THE AIR TURBINE 115 Letter To Werner Zimmermann 115 The Vacuum Turbine 117 The Formation and Composition Of Riverwater 117 Re: The Air Turbine (Austrian Patent No. 145141 - 15.03.1935) 119 An Air-Turbine Patent 121

7. EARLY DEVELOPMENTS IN IMPLOSION MACHINES 124 From Special Edition Mensch und Technik, Vol. 2, 1993, section 7.4. 124 The Atom Transforming Machine 125

7.7.7: Notes from 15th July 1936 125

7.7.2: Notes from 24th July 1936 126

7.7.3: Notes from the 25th July 1936 126

7.7.4: Notes from the 27th July 1936 127

7.7.5: Notes from the 1st of August 1936 127

7.7.6: Notes from the 11th of August 1936 127

7.7.7: Notes from the 13th of August 1936 128

7.7.8: Notes from the 14th of August 1936 128

7.7.9: An eye-witness report 129 7.7.10: Report of Arnold Hohl's visit, 14th-17th August 1936

(Arnold Hohl) 120 129 The Implosion Machine: An assembly of extracts from Implosion

The Space-Energy Turbine 140

8. THE ENNOBLEMENT OF WATER 143 The Artificial Production of Springwater 143 Letter to Dr W Biisselberg 147 Blood & Sap Circulation as a Model for the Ennoblement of Water 148 Petrol (Gasoline) from Water 151

9. MACHINES OF THE GENUS - REPULSATOR 155 The Production and Advantages of Implosion Machines 155 The Production of Noble Water & Drinking Water : An Assembly of

Pertinent Data from Implosion Magazine 157

A Water-Ennobling Device must satisfy the Following Criteria 159

The Treatment of Water in the Preparation of Noble Water 160

Instructions from data provided by Viktor Schauberger 161

Ingredients Required for about 10 Litres of Water 163

10. THE KLIMATOR 164 Cold and Hot Machines - Cooling-Heating Machines 164 The Klimator - a New Form of Synthesising Current produced by a Space-Energy Generator 166

Technology & Bio-Technology 170

The Naturalesque Ur-Generation of Power, Heat and Light 170

11. MACHINES OF THE GENUS - REPULSINE 177 The Repulsine 177 The Suction Turbine 181 Elaborations on the Suction Turbine 184 Un-Natural Motion - Embryonic Death 186 Application for Patent No. 146 141 189

12. LAST LETTERS FROM VIKTOR SCHAUBERGER 196 Excerpt from Patent Letter to Munich Patent Office 196 Excerpts from Letter No. 1 to Josef Brunnader 198 Excerpts from Letter No. 2 to Josef Brunnader 200 Excerpts from Letter No. 3 to Josef Brunnader 203 Excerpts from Letter No. 4 to Josef Brunnader 206 Excerpts from Letter No. 5 to Josef Brunnader 208 Excerpts from Letter No. 6 to Josef Brunnader 211 Excerpts from Letter No. 7 to Josef Brunnader 214 Letter To Mr 'R' 216

13. THE POPEL REPORT 219 The Preliminary Investigation of Helicoid Pipes: Foreword 219 Report Concerning the Preliminary Investigation of Helicoid Pipes with Various Shapes of Pipe-Wall 222

The Multiple In-Winding, Convoluting Flow Process 223 The Influence of the Form and the Material of the Pipe on the

Development of In-Winding Flow Processes 227 The Structural Change in the Water as a Consequence of the

Multiple In-Winding Flowing Motion 245

The Prevention Of Encrustation 246

Final remarks on report Index

247 249

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