STDTS Warp Drive Gets Public Viewing At MarCon

R&D engineer Marshall Barnes will present a lecture today as part of the science program of MarCon, the largest sci-fi convention in the MidWest, that will feature video proof of his STDTS proto-warp drive technology.
May 28, 2011 - PRLog -- In what will be a stunning presentation, research and development engineer ,Marshall Barnes, will present a lecture this evening at 8:30 based on his breakthrough physics paper, Die Grundlagen Der Verzerrung Reise: Solutions To Inherent Issues of Motion Through Local Adjustments with Contracting and Expanding Space-time Acceleration at the MarCon science fiction convention in Columbus, Ohio. The presentation will be a part of its science program.

Marshall has made international news this year with his aggressive promotion of his STDTS technology which he has shown functions as the first prototype technology for warp drive. Stories about the STDTS have made the news in business and financial web sites  and even in relation to the birthdays of Star Trek actors William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. It all began with a story run in the Don King Media Holdings owned newspaper, The Call & Post . April 4th Marshall gave his first live interview in the wake of the news during an episode of Talktainment Radio's The Chosen . Just May 19th he presented video of a gravity drop test, done with the STDTS technology turned on and turned off, at Genoa Middle School in Westerville, Ohio for five physics classes taught by teacher Tina Bardwell. Turned on, the STDTS made the target object fall faster than it fell without the STDTS turned on, to everyone's amazement.

Today he will show the gravity drops as well as the car/radar test that amazed Eugene "Rod" Roddenberry, the son of Star Trek creator Gene Rodenberry, in 2006, at the MarCon convention. That video shows a car being accelerated by the STDTS field but the radar indicates that the acceleration is invisible to radar. Calculations, based on the visual distance versus the elapsed time, prove the car was going faster even though the speedometer indicates it wasn't. The only explanation is the STDTS field effecting space in front of the car itself, which is exactly what a warp drive field would do. Acceleration is achieved by the field contracting space as it moves through space.

Marshall is planning a worldwide demonstration, to be televised in conjunction with the release of the next Star Trek movie, June 28th, 2012 and the release of an audio documentary about the invention sometime this fall.

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