PRLog (Press Release)
Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng at Open Doors Academy, Cleveland, OH(Copyright 2012)
- Oct. 7, 2012 -
One week from today, the Universal Light Expo will host a lecture and workshop with research and development engineer Marshall Barnes on his STDTS warp drive prototype and his Verdrehung Fan(TM). The lecture will be the first ever on the physics of the Verdrehung Fan(TM) and how it has taken first place so far in Marshall's race with University of Connecticut's Ronald L. Mallett to build a time machine. Marshall's STDTS technology which is the first functioning prototype for warp drive, is what powers the Verdrehung Fan(TM).
has been making a national name for himself as a maverick innovator, STEM education promoter and a genius researcher who rivals Stephen Hawking.
The Universal Light Expo is the largest event of its kind in the MidWest and will be held in the convention area of the Veterans Memorial complex on W. Broad St. in downtown Columbus, OH. Marshall will be appearing on Sunday October 14th. The event runs both Saturday and Sunday. Later that evening, Marshall will be giving a live interview to Richard Syreet on his Conspiracy Show radio program. Marshall will be talking about the time travel secrets of Looper, his own research and why MIT's Ed Farhi is wrong about time travel. Both events are part of Marshall's crusade to to set the record straight about the true dynamics and geometries of time travel and to prepare the world for the inevitability of time travel becoming a reality in the next 30 months.
Last month Marshall showed the Verdrehing Fan(TM) and filmed experiments, to several groups of school children in Cleveland, OH at Garrett Morgan School of Science and the Open Doors Academy at Miles Park School http://www.prlog.org/11988127-marshall-barnes-rocks-cleve...
. Those events were sponsored in part by the Holiday Inn Express in downtown Cleveland http://www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/en/cleveland/cleoh/hot...
in support of advanced science educational opportunities for Cleveland school children.Photo: