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dr. George Egely’s CV


I was born in 1950. I studied at Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Engine Branch. I got my degree there in 1974. At the university I mostly dealt with heat and general energy transmissions. Later, I continued researching this field of science at my first workplace, the Department of Nuclear Techniques of Central Research Institute for Physics of Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Here my main area of research was the energy transmissions that can occur during possible nuclear power plant accidents.


The Egely Wheel


“This device is probably the most serious toy or the most playful serious thing you have ever met.”


The Egely Wheel is the result of many years of intense scientific development. Although the basic of the phenomenon are not yet fully understood, extensive control experiments have proven that the rotation of the wheel during measurement is not driven by heat, convection, or electromagnetic energy. The inventor and designer, Dr. George Egely, is a trained scientist who was employed for many years by the Atomic Energy Researc Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is an expert in the field of energy transport processes.


Pinhole glasses


The lattice glasses were already used in the ancient Ayurvedic system of India, but it was also known to American Indians. It’s been used in Germany for a hundred years. Instead of a repair knife instead of a repair knife, there is a dotted grid on a plastic.