Dr. Konstantin Meyl is a scientist, researcher, professor and author who is on staff with the University of Applied Sciences in Furtwangen, Germany.
The University attracts exchange students from across the globe who wish to study with Dr. Meyl at the historic site of the original Black Forest clock-making district. The engineering program offers a three-fold track in mechanical engineering, software engineering and electrical engineering along with electronics coursework.
Dr. Meyl is one of the foremost modern authorities on the subject of Eddy Currents, or Foucalt Currents. Dr. Meyl’s ongoing study and application of Eddy Currents, which take their common name from the appearance they give of „swirling“ through conductors when induced by magnetic currents, led him to develop new research into vortices in electromagnetic theory, this based on the iconic scientist Nicola Tesla’s work on the same. Tesla based his research on Maxwell’s Theory, which some researchers claim is the most important scientific work of the 19th century. However, as Dr. Meyl continued forward from where Tesla left off, he discovered a fundamental flaw in Maxwell’s Theory that other researchers have since supported. This flaw opened the door to develop the new concept called „electric vortices,“ of which Dr. Meyl is the foremost proponent and authority. Dr. Meyl’s discovery of electric vortices has led some to hail him as the „New Tesla.“
Electric vortices are areas of up flow energy that are said to have the property of expanding or stretching consciousness. They can be positive or negative. The properties derived by Dr. Meyl were first proposed by Nicola Tesla more than 100 years ago. With some adjustments to the original approach, Dr. Meyl has also been able to create a functional model which is now available to students and universities around the world.
The potential vortex is the name given to heretofore undiscovered properties inherent in the electric field which Dr. Meyl has now brought to light. These properties, now widely recognized in the scientific field, are beginning to transform human perception of the physical properties of our world. Dr. Meyl has written, lectured and researched extensively on this subject to ensure all interested audiences have access to information about the potential vortex and how to use the self-consistent field theory upon which its interactions are derived. The functional replica researched and designed by Dr. Meyl departs from previous approaches by substituting Faraday’s Law of Induction, rather than the Maxwell Equation, as the hypothetical factor. This substitution was instrumental in opening the pathway to prove that the electric vortex is a part of the potential vortex, a longitudinal wave that propagates through space in a scalar fashion. Through Dr. Meyl’s functional model (development kit), others can replicate his findings regarding Tesla’s original research.
In this way, Dr. Meyl’s background in electrical engineering and field physicals has developed a non-speculative field theory that opens the door to further developments in both fields. Such developments have, prior to now, been inaccessible using pre-existing theories. By reinterpreting conundrums such as quantum particle characteristics as a vortex, such characteristics now become quantifiable and clear.
The capacitor experiencing dielectric loss is now understood to be vortex loss. Previously baffling neutrino experiments are accessible when re-interpreted to show how neutrinos are part of an energetic vortex. Today, it is self-evident thanks to Dr. Meyl’s groundbreaking research that neutrino power can function as an inexhaustible
energy source. This is due to the over unity effect and presents a powerful new potential source of information to study the encroaching and worrisome electromagnetic pollution present in modern society. It is important for students and researchers to understand that Dr. Meyl’s new theory extends existing research on the Maxwell Theory and does not alter existing classic physical laws. These laws remain in force as-is. Dr. Meyl’s theory is able to ease otherwise inexplicable challenges with physical comprehension, especially when it comes to temperature as well as vortices interactions.
About Dr. Konstantin Meyl
Dr. Meyl is the author of a number of vital texts on topics of neutrinos, DNA propagation, scalar wave technology, self-consistent electrodynamics, cell resonance as well as several volumes on the potential vortex. Many of his texts have been translated into several languages. Dr. Meyl is a professor and lecturer at the following universities: the University of Clausthal, the Technical University of Berlin and the University of Applied Sciences Furtwangen, Germany. He delivers end-of-week seminars most weeks to provide students and fellow scientists and researchers with a pathway to become familiar with his objective vortex theory and the potential vortex theory. Dr. Meyl welcomes conversation regarding his research and lecture topics and all are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.