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Marshall Barnes Returns To "Beyond The Ordinary" Internet Radio Show with New Updates
Unlike like Ronald Mallett, Marshall's former competition, Marshall Barnes always has something new going on and fans and the curious can hear the latest, Friday at 3:PM EST on Beyond the Ordinary.
"A lot has happened since the last time I was on, which was early December, so it's like I always tell people - I don't operate in a holding pattern..."
Marshall's former competition, Dr. Ronald Mallett, isn't so lucky. It only takes listening to the interviews he's done over the years and quickly one thing becomes ovbious - he's always telling the same story about his father and how he wanted to build a time machine - but nothing new as far as any further research.
"I think unless you're continually doing work in some area, you quickly become irrelevant,"
In the three times that Marshall has appeared on Beyond The Ordinary he has always appeared with new material, new updates concerning the Verdrehung Fan™, the time machine he built that beat Mallett's attempt to build the world's first time machine, or his STDTS™ warp drive technology. Marshall has been to three major science conferences through the spring, summer and fall as well as various special events, conducted experiements in radio frequency and infrared transmissions with his Verdrehung Fan™, consulted with a variety of engineers and physicists, and completed a special report for select members of Congress on the true geometries of time travel. All along he was learning new information, new models for how time works and expanding his knowledge base in advanced science and technology. That's what makes him such a compelling guest for radio and TV. He's also has nearly 40 years experience dealing with the media on a local, state, national and international media in both TV and radio.
Although he's not sharing what he'll be discussing on air Friday, there will be many surprises, even for people who are familiar with his work. Marshall is the only person in the world actually working with the technology for warp drive and time travel that is actually producing results and although his schedule is beyond hectec, it includes time for research into pushing his projects forward. It took him a mere 14 months to win the race with Mallett although it can be argued that it only took 4 months due to the fact that the power used to get the Verdrehung Fan™ up to that level was used in December 2012, it just wasn't until November 2013 that the tests were complete that showed that the Verdrehung Fan™ was creating a donut shaped hole in space-time at that power level. One thing that he has already promised is that he would begin work on scaling up the project so that a small but macroscopic size wormhole could be created. Physicists who have seen his work don't scoff at such an idea because they know that he has found a loop hole that allows him to exploit such possibilities without using solutions from Einstein's General Relativity which nomally puts significant constraints as far as energy requirements and exotic matter is concerned.
Another topic that he may broach is his upcoming book on Stephen Hawking, Space Warps and Time Tunnels: The Infamous Legacy of One Stephen W. Hawking. He recently completed a commercial for the book and is planning a promotional campaign for late winter.
Whatever Marshall will be talking about, there's no doubt that it will be the most exciting and accurate of the cutting edge. Beyond anything that any other guest could deliver. The curious can follow the Twitter feed for his warp drive and time machine projects @warpdrivehere and check out his profile page at http://www.about.me/
Other radio/TV programs, that may want to book Marshall as a guest, should contact David Gap at http://www.to.infinity@