The OSU facility, located at the corner of 9th Ave and North High Street, was the same location where in October of last year, Marshall announced that he was challenging Mallett in the race, to cheers and cries that Marshall was "Dr. Who". Coincidently, Marshall conducted the final test, showing that his Verdrehung Fan(™) was opening tears in space-time that particles were disappearing into, the day after the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Who.
"Dr. Who was the program that really got me interested in time travel concepts, even though I grew up having watched the Time Tunnel series," Marshall said recently. "Dr. Who seemed to take the whole time travel idea a bit more seriously while Time Tunnel only used time travel as a plot device."
The time machine nature of the Verdrehung Fan™ is based on the geometric effect that it creates when it is enveloped in Marshall's legendary STDTS™ field which contracts space as it moves through space as a result of the gravitic effect it creates. That effect is tied directly into Einstein's unfinished Unified Field Theory of electromagnetism and gravity, also known as distant parallelism or teleparallelism. Normally, transmitted RF or IR transmissions pass in-between the device's spinning blades or bounce off, however, with the STDTS™ field activated, the fan spins faster and the compounded effect of gravity from the STDTS™ field begins to not only warp space, but eventually time. It is when time is effected that the reception of RF and IR signals begins to fail until, eventually, signal reception is completely disrupted. However, it was when, on November 24th of this year, that Marshall tested the topological geometry of the fan, in other words, to see if the effect had a front and back. That's when the conclusive evidence was obtained. Signals from a remote control, that would normally bounce off or pass through the fan, began to fail to do either in both directions, which topologically describes a toroid or donut shape. Imagining a donut, whose hole allows things to go in either side but not exit due to a new region that is created in the center so that all objects going in the hole go to the new region and don't exit, is a good way to visualize what is happening. In other words, although this is only happening on a subatomic level, it can be easily scaled up, as Marshall has always said since the beginning, to a much larger size so that eventually, the possibility of people going through may be realized. The Verdrehung Fan™ could make a traversable wormholes, the subject of the upcoming movie, Interstellar (see http://www.interstellar-
"The beauty of this whole thing is that it matches the predictions made from torsion theory and suddenly suggests a demonstration of wormhole theory as well," Marshall says, "that demonstration being that torsion can lead to the gathering of the tiny opening and closing wormholes in the quantum foam by the torsion effect and with, its resultant pleating of the fabric of space-time, the wormholes are torn open wider and forced to stay open longer, which is why the signals that I beam into the Verdrehung Fan™ disappear over time. It's during that time that the wormholes are being held open longer and get larger. This is the Kitty Hawk moment for not only time machines but eventually traversable wormholes".
Marshall admits that his description of time manipulation is different from Mallett's prediction but points out that his machine differs from Mallett's unproduced design.
"Dr. Mallett's idea is for a rotating ring laser that would twist space and time into a loop and then into a series of loops, like a slinky. That's not what I'm doing. The area of space that I'm effecting is larger and flat. His design calls for a cylinder of rotating lasers which doesn't present the same geometry as the Verdrehung Fan™, so the resultant effects would clearly be different. Then again," Marshall continued, "I have a real device that works and all he has shown so far is a toy prototype that doesn't. And that's why he's lost the race to me - and the right to claim he's invented the world's first time machine" (see http://www.prlog.org/
Following Marshall's announcement during the Wakeup Startup event, led by Dan Rockwell, Marshall will take questions from the media off to the side of the event. A fact sheet will be available for the media and a yet to be announced press page for the winning of the race will be announced for the media to consider. The following week, Marshall will be in the nation's capitol for media interviews, to distribute copies of his special report on the coming reality of time travel for selected members of Congress, and to address the Interplanetary Travel 100 Year Starship meet-up group December 19th at the Mt. Pleasent Neighborhood Library, MTP Large Meeting Room, 3160 16th St. during their meeting which is held from 7:30 to 8:30PM.
"Ohio, which is known now as the birthplace of flight, will soon be known - because of my efforts, as the birthplace of warp drive technology, time machines and traversable wormhole technology", Marshall said. He believes that before the end of 2014, he will create the first significant time travel event with the Verdrehung Fan™ which will also be the first significant wormhole event.
"In 2005 I did the first and still only private sector analysis of the 2004 Air Force Teleportation Physics Study written by Eric Davis, PhD and it was a result of being hired to devise a possible traversable wormhole program for commercial exploitation, but the wealthy industrialist behind it reneged on our arranegment (see http://freedomofspeech.yuku.com/
Media interviews can be arranged by contacting David Gap at to.infinity@