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Verdrehung Fan(TM) Closes In On Time Barrier: Marshall Barnes Conducts New Electron Experiments
In a return to his competition with Dr. Ronald Mallett to build the world's first time machine, Marshall Barnes has resumed experiments to see what his Verdrehung Fan(TM) is doing on the quantum level with electrons.
By: Fame Plan
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Two weeks ago, tests began to see what would happen if a variety of transmissions were sent into the Verdrehung Fan™ while it was operating, a repeat of an initial test that had been done last August to see what kind of results the device could produce. This time, a picture of Stephen Hawking was placed on-camera and transmitted through the time machine prototype. The results were that initially the picture was fine as it appeared on the TV screen with the receiver attached, but eventually, during a 30 minute test period, the image was destroyed in an increasing wave of horizontal bands of pulsating colors and static noise.
"The video image literally looked like it was being shredded and ground-up like what a black hole does," Marshall remarked. "A number of other things happened that will be reported later, but it is clear that the signal, as it comes through the Verdrehung Fan(TM), is severally disrupted in a way that doesn't happen during any of the control tests. This is a unique phenomena that indicates that I'm close to being able to show electrons disappearing into the fan."
The significance of electrons disappearing into the fan is that it would equal Mallett's intention of making a neutron particle disappear into his version of a time machine - a rotating ring laser device. The big difference is that Mallett hasn't built anything yet, besides a model of how his ultimate device would work. Mallett hasn't created any apparatus to test his ideas as of yet.
Marshall's use of a TV and video transmitter technique to test for electrons is sound as the TV used is an older color model that is a non-plasma, CRT (cathode ray tube) model that works by the use of an internal electron gun that rapidly sprays electrons across the inside of the tube to create an image. If no image is able to retain its integrity while passing through the Fan, depending on what shows up on the screen, that could indicate that electrons are disappearing back in time instead of arriving at the receiver. If that can be proved, Mallett will lose the race to Marshall as well as the use of the title of having invented the world's first time machine, a moniker that he got due to his announcement of having a patent on a design that would be a time machine if built. Other physicists, however, disagree with Mallett's assumption that he will be able to meet the energy requirements needed for his idea to work.
Mallett's idea is based on solutions to equations from Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, while Marshall's work is derived from experiments looking for results confirming Einstein's unfinished Unified Field Theory. Because the theory was never completed, physicists have ignored it except for a few researchers. The consensus among a number of them is that although the theory is incomplete, it still has engineerable capabilities. In fact, physicist John Brandenburg is on record agreeing that nothing that Marshall claims is outside the realm of how he views physics to work. Brandenburg is a proponent of GEM theory of the unification of gravitation and electromagnetism and a plasma physicist involved in space propulsion research. Marshall invented his STDTS™
Marshall has been video recording his experiments for use in an upcoming documentary and has begun showing them during his lectures.
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