PRLog (Press Release)
Marshall Barnes is now a power to be reckoned with. (image Copyright 2013)
- Feb. 27, 2014 - YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio --
A new TV special is in the works that will feature former Talktainment radio host, Ron Mills "the Navigator". The program, The Dawning Age of Time Machines
, will feature original footage of Marshall Barnes and his work, both in interviews with Mills and experiments. It will spotlight the research from Marshall's government report of time travel which is now in book form, being prepared for release through Blurb.com. The book is titled: Paradox Lost: The Public Edition
and is named for Paradox Lost:The True Geometries of Time Travel
which is now in the hands of selected members of Congress as Marshall completes his first round of meeting with congressional staff on Capitol Hill. Ron Mills made news when he outdid Coast To Coast AM host, George Noory, by having Marshall demonstrate his Verdrehung Fan™ live on the air in the studio - a first ever in radio history and a scoop against C2C AM which prides itself on its coverage of time travel themes.
Marshall Barnes (see http://www.about.me/marshallbarnes
) is easily establishing himself as the top expert in the world on the subject of time and time travel. He is now represented by the fiscal agency for non-affiliated scientists, Theiss Research, which enables him to apply for funding to many private foundations, governmental agencies, or any other funding bodies normally reserved for scientists at universities, institutions or government agencies. He was accepted based on the high quality of work that he has been producing over the last five years.
The TV special is expected to be finished by April 30th and there are plans for preview screenings in Los Angeles while Marshall is there for the International Space Development Conference. There are elements of the international entertainment community who are now becoming aware of Marshall and the fantastic potential that he represents for a new infusion of fresh ideas and technologies, since Marshall first began his adult career in the entertainment field on a local and regional level as a budding rock video producer/director and a glam space rock musician in the vein of Todd Rundgren and David Bowie. Because his past experiences and his mastery of advanced concept technologies, Marshall represents the potential for new themes for sci-fi TV and motion pictures, as well as new approaches at special effect concepts. He has also had long held connections to sci-fi fandom through MarCon, the largest sci-fi/fantasy convention in the midwest, and will be appearing for the second time at the All-Con sci-fi convention in Addison, TX (see http://www.all-con.net/zy00013.php
) as the science guest of honor for the second year in a row. It is already known that he has a novel sci-fi series waiting in the wings for Internet TV that takes the ideas popularized in the TV series, Fringe
, and gives them new life, a project so bold that the Fringe
series friended his project's MySpace page when it was running. It is worth noting that many of the concepts in Fringe
originated with Marshall and were inexplicably represented in the program.
Marshall will be interviewed March 4th by talk radio show host, Kevin Cook on his latest activities and what he expects will come next. The program can be heard live at 9PM on http://kevincookshow.com/listen-live