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Stefan Marinov

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Stefan Marinov (Стефан Маринов) (1 February 1931 – 15 July 1997) was a Bulgarian physicist, researcher, writer and lecturer who promoted anti-relativistic theoretical viewpoints, and later in his life defended the ideas of perpetual motion and free energy. In 1997 he self-published experimental results that confirmed classical electromagnetism and disproved that a machine constructed by Marinov himself could be a source of perpetual motion. Most likely he was killed because of his profession in Graz, Austria on 15 July 1997. Life and education Marinov was born on 1 February 1931 in Sofia to a family of intellectual communists. In 1948 he finished Soviet College in Prague, then studied physics at the Czech Technical University in Prague and Sofia University. He was an Assistant Professor of Physics from 1960 to 1974 at Sofia University. In 1966–67, 1974, and 1977 he was subject to compulsory psychiatric trea
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