"These images are from the original tests done after I knew that I had a major effect being produced," Marshall states. They will appear as a single unit, much the way that Andy Warhol did with his famous Marylin Monroe or the Campbell soup cans art, except that each image will be different and the original color.
In each image, Hawking appears under various levels of his transmitted image being distorted by the machine's effect. In one, there even appears to be more than one version of him and the bizarre fact is that it apears that each one is wearing different clothing. In another it appears that strange faces are beginning to appear through the swirling color static, as Hawking's face sinks into oblivion.
The piece, which hasn't been printed yet, will be large, at least five feet by five feet, but Marshall is willing to have it set to the size that the final buyer may want. There is a plan to have a version make a tour of museums so the public can see it, but it will be behind a special glass that will prevent accurate photos of it from being taken.
"I want to present the buyer with a one and only. It will be the only version in existence so that the buyer has a true exclusive. I will not allow any photos of the actual piece in its true colors, or sell prints," Marshall states. "I know for a fact that high end buyers want to own a one and only of something, and for a million dollars, I will insist that they get exactly that. It will come in the dimensions that they request and they will even get an exclusive DVD that shows how it was made so that there will be no question of its authenticity"
Marshall has been doing art off and on for years and took it up seriously beginning in 2006. In 2011, he invented his P.TVsynth™ or Programable Television Synthesizer which is a modified color TV with which he has created stunning original art work that ranges from purely abstract designs to surealistic renderings of actual images (see http://www.artslant.com/
Because Stephen Hawking Through The Verdrehung Fan is the first piece of art ever created with a time machine, when the Verdrehung Fan™ is eventually scaled up and creates a large scale wormhole, the value of the art work will shoot up as it would have been produced, at that point, by the definitive technology for human level time travel. Right now, the Verdrehung Fan™ operates on a particle scale level but that was enough to defeat Ronald Mallett of the University of Connecticut who is famous for claiming that he would build the world's first time machine (see http://www.youtube.com/
"I'm tired of all these misinformed people calling him a time travel expert and then seeing him using black holes to talk about time travel. Well, guess what? What's the point of talking about black holes for time travel when you can't get to any of them without a warp drive? Does he have one of those? Does he even mention that little problem? No, but I have the only tech that can be used that way - STDTS™, and guess what? That's what's powering the Verdrehung Fan™ just as Popular Science said that any true warp drive technology could be used to make a time machine. So then, what do you need a black hole for unless that's all you have to talk about, because you haven't done any serious research due to the fact you're too afraid that someone might call what you're doing, pseudoscience?"
"So who's the expert?", Marshall continued. "Certainly not Ronald Mallett."
Marshall has already further established his superiority in the field by writing, Paradox Lost: The True Geometries of Time, the first ever report to members of the U.S. Congress on time travel. In part, it established that most physicists, including big names such as Mallett, Hawking, Kip Thorne and others, have published major errors, proving their inability to understand the true operating nature of time travel and that paradoxes are scientificly impossible. It will be coming out soon, as a book at Blurb.com.
Marshall will be appearing live on the Just Energy Radio program, hosted by Dr. Rita Lousie, April 10 (see http://www.justenergyradio.com/