Zvonimir Rudomino was a guest on TV show “Na rubu znanosti” hosted by Krešimir Mišak, on the topic of Bioelectric Medicine. The topics discussed include historical electrotherapy treatments, Dr. Royal Raymond Rife’s plasma antenna based devices, Dr. Georges Lakhovsky’s Multiple Wave Oscillator (MWO) and the possibilities of using bioelectrical medical devices in the modern medical treatments of cancer, leukemia and infectious diseases like AIDS.
The following video shows one of the simple experiments done in 2007 that investigated the possibilities of manipulating magnetic fields of permanent magnets.
Although conceptually simple, it took us over two years of research to determine the most critical factors affecting the processes of electrochemical properties enhancement.
Nikola Tesla’s first patent regarding AC induction motor was granted in 1888. The motor in the following video is a functional replica of the Tesla’s original 2-phase induction motor we produced, which is exhibited in the Tesla Memorial Centre in Smiljan, Croatia.
There is a legend about Christopher Columbus winning a wager against his critics by making an egg stand on its tip. That story is often used to illustrate the fact that it is often simple to understand the discovery after it already happened. That principle is undoubtedly true in case of famous inventor Nikola Tesla who discovered laws of rotating (rotary) magnetic field. His discoveries lead to the invention of the polyphase induction motor. Although Tesla didn’t discover alternating current, he was the first one to harness it and use it to do useful work efficiently.
Germination of plant seed is typically affected by ambient temperature, moisture, pH of soil, lighting conditions and quality of seed. Usually, only a certain percentage of seed successfully germinates and develops into seedlings. It is less known that specific oscillating electromagnetic fields (EMF) also affect germination rate and the growth of seedlings and their later growth into fully grown plants. Effects of electromagnetic fields on the germination of seed, seedling development and later plant growth can be beneficial or detrimental, depending on the nature of EMF and the way they are applied.