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Marshall Barnes Rocks 100 Year Starship Symposium
Research and development engineer Marshall Barnes has emerged from the 100 Year Starship Symposium light years ahead of the competition for warp drive, He's now firmly the only person in the world with technology for warp drive and beyond.
By: Fame Plan
Whether he was speaking as the representative selected by Dr. Pamela Contag for the Time and Distance track presentation of the Technical Track Show and Tell, giving his paper presentation, Solutions for Factors of Time and Space Distance Challenges Outside of Proposed Models Based On General Relativity, or showing interested attendees footage of his STDTS™ powered Verdrehung Fan™ swallowing a transmitted video signal of a picture of Stephen Hawking, Marshall was the stand-out. Even SETI's Jill Tarter came up and asked him for a copy of his paper on the current state of warp drive research after he made his splashy debut on the symposium's main stage.
"I have to say that I agree entirely with Dr.Jemison's statements this morning on the need for radical new ideas," Marshall stated from the podium in the Imperial Ballroom, for the Technical Track Show and Tell, "and clearly I'm here to representative the radical contingent. Can't you tell?", which garnered laughs of amusement as he posed right on cue in his flashy black, silver and white outfit and tie. "But it's not about fashion, but physics," he continued, shifting into a serious tone before laying the ground work that the main models for warp drives from General Relativity are "collapsing"
"This is the first time that I've seen the media so focused on the losers," he stated after giving a detailed demonstration of video footage of his Verdrehung Fan™ Saturday night. "I mean literally, no one has any technology that demonstrates any warping of space at all yet, except for me - but the media keep blabbing about Harold White as if he'll have warp drive next year and he tells me himself that he's not even close. It's not even his job at NASA, he works on it in his spare time".
White was not the only warp drive researcher Marshall talked with at the 100 Year Starship event. There was Marc Millis, whom he's met before and Eric Davis, who also served as the track chair for Marshall's track. There was no concerted effort to derail Marshall's momentum on the part of any of the other warp drive researchers, once Marshall made his case.
The media will now have to deal with the fact that Marshall's become a triple threat - his STDTS™ technology not only functions as a warp drive prototype and is powering his Verdrehung Fan™ time machine prototype which is beating UConn's Ronald Mallett's attempts to be the first with a time machine (see http://pubmemo.com/
"The funny thing about some of the media is that they will promote these scientists that have absolutely nothing but equations, like the media have with Mallett, and yet when confronted with my technology and my success with results, they ignore it", Marshall says, "but that's fine, because when the really big overwhelming events take place, I'll ignore their requests for interviews as well. I know who they are. It's a short list."
Ironically, it was not Marshall's warp drive concept alone that put him over the top at the Symposium but its application to the Verdrehung Fan™, a modified, high velocity fan that spins the STDTS™ field resulting in a space warping effect. However, Marshall now has video of experiments that have been shocking scientists that see them because they show video signals transmitted into the fan that disappear into surging black static over time on the receiving video monitor, an event that is not supposed to happen. Instead, the effect should be instantaneous, and there should not be any "black static". This makes it conclusive that the STDTS™ technology is the sole existing technology that demonstrates effects that would be related to any expected warp drive technology. This puts Marshall in the top slot of the field, regardless of what anyone wants to say - all he needs to reply is, "I've got working technology that is scaleable - where's yours?".
Marshall made his in his orginal laboratory in Grandview Heights, Ohio between 2000 and 2003, before he moved on to a larger facility outside of town where he began to explore other possibilities for his STDTS™ technology. Recently, the city of Grandview Heights awarded Marshall with a letter of recognition and thanks for developing the STDTS™ there (see http://www.prlog.org/
Marshall is currently working on the completion of a documentary about his research and two books about both time travel and warp drive development without the need for NASA funding. Marshall will be embarking on a university lecture tour in late fall giving an unabridged version of the paper that he wrote for the 100 Year Starship Symposium. It's expected to be nearly two hours long with multiple video segments as opposed to the 20 minutes with slides allowed at the conference.
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