Schauberger believed that the power of implosion would be the savior of mankind. Implosion of water purifies it and yet makes energy as well. He created two free energy machines, one called the repulsine and the other the Repulsator. Both devices used implosion technology.
1958 In April, Viktor agrees go with his son Walter to Texas to develop radical power technology with an American consortium. Disagreement ensues as to the purpose of the research, and after refusing to cooperate, they were allowed to go home only on condition that Viktor surrendered to the Consortium all his patents past, present and future. Viktor dies, a desolate man, five days after returning home.
Many have speculated that he was suicided by the Consortium since they would lose their power and wealth if his invention was to be mass produced.
" I must furnish those, who would protect or save life, with an energy source, which produces energy so cheaply that nuclear fission will not only be uneconomical, but ridiculous, This is the task I have set myself in what little life I have left" Viktor Schauberger...a letter to Aloys Kokaly, in 1953.
The picture above shows a very simple design that could increase the electrical output of all hydroelectric Dams, by 900%. Water enters the tube and is spun due to spiral fins, or ridges on the inside of the pipe that direct the water and cause it to spin in the pipe, which greately increases its speed and movement through the pipe. The special cone at the bottom recieves the water perfectly and transfers its energy into electricity very effiently. The waters natural flow is not interrupted at all, but instead harnassed with great ease. The cone is attached to a generator at the bottom.
Here is an interesting video on Viktor.
This video showing electrolysis with a magnet shows perfectly the vortex that extents out of the poles of all magnets.