National Lab Network Star and Techno Wizard To Be Grand Judge At D.C. Science Fair

Research and development engineer, Marshall Barnes, will be a Grand Judge at the D.C Science and Engineering Fair while on a promotion trip for his STDTS, the first functioning prototype for warp drive.
March 29, 2011 - PRLog -- Marshall Barnes, inventor and research and development engineer, will serve as one of the Grand Judges at this year's D.C. Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday April 2nd at the D.C. Amory . The Grand Awards Ceremony will be held at the Bair Auditorium of the National Museum of Natural History the next day.

Marshall is the Top STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Professional for National Lab Network (Formerly National Lab Day) as well as a trail blazing inventor and researcher who has at times been seen as a challenger to Stephen Hawking in the world of theoretical physics. He's done a number of lectures and articles pointing out mistakes that Hawking has made, including one that was discovered by a class of high school physics students.

STEM is a significant area for Marshall, who believes strongly in the need for more science and math promotion in schools and in fact has been an advocate for his Oppenheimer Strain concept  - the idea, based on a quote from physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, that young people have modes of perception that scientists often lose later on, and can solve or see mistakes that the PhDs make. It's a concept that Marshall has proven five different times now at three different schools.

While in the D.C. area he will be promoting his invention that's been creating a buzz online - the first functioning prototype for warp drive, STDTS - .  He already has an audio documentary in the works about it and there's plans for a book on the research that went into it's development and what it will mean for the future of Man. Monday, April 4th at 8PM EST, Marshall will appear on the live call-in internet radio program, The Chosen, on to discuss the STDTS and warp drive physics with host Ron Mills and those who call in.  

For more information on the science fair, contact the Center for Minority Achievement  in Science and Technology at (202) 643-2733.

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