Ron Mills will ask Marshall about his research and his efforts to prepare the world for the potential of time travel. Marshall's device already exhibits space warping effects with only a 50 watt output. That means that with increased power, it should theoretically become a time machine at some point. There has already been identified available amplification at the level of 14,000 watts.
Although Coast to Coast AM has had a number of scientists and dubious characters discussing time travel, the program has never hosted the demonstration of an actual device. The scientists include multiple visits by Marshall's competition, Ronald Mallett, as well as Ed Farhi, Sean Carroll, Sir Charles Shults, J.R. Gott, Michio Kaku, and Marshall's consultant, Fred Alan Wolf. The show has also had its share of less credible visitors such as Andrew Biasago, Dr. Bruce Goldberg, Starfire Tor and Steven L. Gibbs. At one point in the 1990s, Art Bell, the original host of the show, was sent an alleged time machine device by inventor Steven L. Gibbs but Bell never used it - on air or off. Marshall was asked about this device recently during a lecture at the Universal Light Expo and said that it is actually designed to electromagnetically zap your mind so you think you're time traveling when you're not. He pointed out that the flow chart for the device clearly shows that an electromagnetic signal flows to your head via a headband of coils that is part of the kit. "You're just zapping your brain, that's it".
Listeners to the program can call in their questions at 1-877-932-9766 and listen at http://www.talktainmentradio.com at 8PM Monday night, EST. Mills will watch the demonstration and describe what he sees. More information on the competition between Mallett and Marshall can be seen at the official website - http://www.thegreattimemachinerace.weebly.com