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Posted by Juan on January 9, 2014

In 1984 conducted a study on ways to counter the electromagnetic pollution of the buildings. This problem was discovered while working with audio and video equipment, and these were failures and the quality of the recordings were not good due to poor location and construction of facilities. In this paper, unique at the time, came to four conclusions that could be broadly defined as follows: 1). Electronic equipment can fail if exposed to very intense electromagnetic pollution, 2). Humans are also affected under the same circumstances, 3). The animals are also prone to disease if exposed to these conditions, and 4). Insects and primitive life forms do not appear to be affected by strong magnetic fields.
Recently these issues have great importance worldwide, particularly the controversy over the effects of cellular telephony, and high rates of cancer patients (mainly children and elderly) recorded in areas where there are high tension lines. This work led him to provide services to Orkulausnir, a company founded by his colleague and friend Brynjolfur Snorrason and later joined Geirhardsson Helgi, founder of Eco-Electrics Iceland, Palsson with Bogie as an investor.
In this field of research will also work in isolation from interference in the recording studios equipment
In 1988, while working as a science teacher for the University of Iceland, published its own textbooks, the first was Mathematical Reference Manual (Manual Reference Matematica) and in 1990, wrote the equivalent for physics: Physical Reference Manual. Both publications were aimed at pre-university students and academics.
Towards the beginning of the’90s working with modems multiplexers, GPS trackers vessels, transfer of data between incompatible equipment vessels, underwater communication systems, software for controlling fishing, maps of seabed surface in 3D, etc..
In 1999 presented a paper entitled The Physics of Action: Addressing Thermomagnetism, Nuclear Structure and Gravitation (Physics Action: Review Termomagnetismo, Nuclear Structure and Gravitation), which after being introduced in various institutions and the University of Iceland was published in 2001. This article elaborates on states of matter, considering that in electrical terms, the states are defined as ion-solid, liquid, ion, plasma, photons, and explores the considerations from the gravitational point of view Newtonian gravitational theory in comparison with the theory of Special Relativity. On the other hand, explains how they occur fenomenos thermal, electric, magnetic, optical, acoustic, nuclear, and structural changes in the gravitational state of the art. With regard to the phenomenon of light is trapped, it relates to the Hubble radius, the boundary that defines the visible universe, taking into account the theory of expanding universe in which galaxies are moving away from us at increasing speed as increases the distance in this way, the Hubble radius of the galaxies would be moving at the speed of light.
Gudlaugur work also focuses on thermoelectricity as a means of solving problems endowment of energy resources in Iceland. By 1999 with Petur Petursson and Reyna Arngrimsson created Varmaraf, a company whose objective is to encourage this type of energy as a possible way to generate electricity from geothermal sources and excess heat, take advantage of location Iceland (see geology of Iceland). The three founders had one third of the shares of the company until the group was expanded with the entry of Dr. borsteinn Sigfusson swinging in 2000 by a fourth member to the distribution of shares. The board was expanded with the entry of Japan Steel Works Ltd. in 2003.
Varmaraf activities to expand the construction of heat exchangers and devices for hydrogen storage applications which have advantages in several areas of technology.
In 2000 work on several writings, including The Accumulated Extraction (Extraction YTD) Optimizing Electrical Connections for Hot and Cold Terminals (optimization of electrical connection terminals for hot and cold), A Relativistic Theory Thermoelectromagnetic (Termoelectromagnetica A Relativistic Theory), work earned him an invitation to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA and was published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 2003.
In 2002, presents the work entitled The Ladder Hypothesis (the hypothesis of the Ladder) and 2003 IEEE publishes one of his works, A parallelepiped Ladder Thermoelectric Generator (Generator A phased parallel conduct).
In 2002, working alongside David Borger and A. Jonsson

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