Nov. 29, 2012
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-- Marshall Barnes made radio history when he demonstrated his Verdrehung Fan(TM) time machine prototype on Talktainmentradio.com's, The Chosen, with host Ron Mills on the evening of November 26th. Now, as he prepares for his live appearance in Alliance, OH the 8th of December http://www.the-
barnes-r-d-eng followed by his second school presentation - this time at Bexley High School, he has begun preliminary work on using the time machine device to create a one of a kind, exclusive piece of modern art with it, which he intends to sell for $1,000,000 USD, proving that he is in fact, the ultimate 21st century renaissance man on Earth http://about.me/
"The relationship between artist and scientist has been seen as not that far apart", Marshall says, "and with this work, I will prove that I am the ultimate example of the synthesis of the two. After all, I've not only made a time machine prototype, I've figured out how to create a work of art with it. I do believe that Leonardo Da Vinci would approve."
The artwork will be a photograph created by using optical phenomena created by the Verdrehung Fan(TM) and images generated by his P.TVsynth(TM)
which is a special TV that he invented that works like a video synthesizer http://www.artslant.com/global/artists/show/255246-marsha...
. Although he has not committed to the concept, Marshall has indicated that he is considering combining the static that the P.TVsynth(TM)
can acquire from the air waves, with electromagnetic effects with the Verdrehung Fan(TM), to simulate a stargate, which in principle would be exhibiting energy from the background radiation left over from the Big Bang. This would give his creation truly cosmic significance, being the result of the synthesis of warped space and cosmic noise.
Tim Jefferies, of Hamiltons Gallery in London England, inspired Marshall in an interview that he gave to Billionaire.com, saying that he has clients that want to invest in unique, one of a kind art pieces and don't readily understand how a piece from a limited edition can be worth as much as $100,000 or more.
"I'm going to give those art buyers a one of a kind that can only be created one way and by me", Marshall has stated. "The first artwork created by a technology that is on its way to being the first verifiable technology for time travel, and it will be done as a one of a kind, sized and framed to the buyers specifications, autographed and authenticated by me and delivered along with an exclusive DVD of the whole process in which it was made. You can't get anymore exclusive than that".