NASA Statement Capitulates Warp Drive Lead To Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng

After much hype on the web, NASA finally announces it does not have a warp drive in development, clearing the way for R&D engineer, Marshall Barnes, to solidify his lead in that field and enforce his claim as the first developer of such technology.
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YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio - May 12, 2015 - PRLog -- NASA officials are admitting now that reports stating that they are developing warp drive
technology are misleading. Unnamed NASA officials told, in an article called No Warp Drive Here (see ) that "While conceptual research into novel propulsion methods by a team at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston has created headlines, this is a small effort that has not yet shown any tangible results,". This flies in the face of earlier reports released by,,,,,,,, and a number of other media outlets orginating from which is not a NASA website. This admission confirms that Marshall Barnes, the internationally noted research and development engineer who is the inventor of the STDTS™ technology, has the first and still only technology applicable to warp drive.

"I'm so sick and tired of all this B.S. that the media is putting out there all the time and ignoring what we're doing, that I'm putting an end to it later this year".

According to the details in the article and the report published by, there are key issues that make all the conjectures raised by the hype, nonsensical, especially when compared to Marshall's STDTS™ technology. One of which is the results they're getting so far are close to one hundred millionth of that already demonstrated multiple times and multiple ways by Marshall's technology. This began in 2006 when experiments conducted by members of the European Space Agency were compared to the results of gravity drops done with the STDTS™ and reported online (see ). Close examination of the current results of the EM drive place it within the same scope of those from the ESA results which were later invalidated. All of the tests provide results  that are only described as marginally above error. None of the STDTS™ results are that small. Although the 2006 press release states that a video of the tests would be released, it was withheld as Marshall realized that videos of the tests could be monetized in order to generate money that would fund further research. However, he has repeatedly shown videos at live presentations from 2002 to the present.

"Look, all the results they've allegedly had are on some micro scale", Marshall stated, "while the first tests I conducted were accelerating cars by 5mph to 16mph. There's nothing micro about that".

Marshall's claims about the cars has been verified, including an account published in March of 2002 in the Circleville Herald by writer Mike Pratt. Pratt himself took part in one such test where he kept time and the car he was riding in arrived two minutes sooner than it should have. That's like winning a race by two minutes and in that case, was a difference of 5 miles per hour without giving the car more gas. The result was caused by the STDTS™ field contracting the space in front of the car as it moved along.

Another difference between Marshall's work and that coming from the NASA team is that none of his violates known laws of physics as long as you allow for the coupling of electromagnetism and gravity, something Einstein worked on but failed to accomplish. Marshall claims that his discovery was from pure physical research as opposed to mathematical calculations. However, his work's results are consistent with what you would expect if you had an electromagnetic field causing gravitic effects.

According to some reports, the EM drive is being described as a "warp drive", which really sets Marshall off.

"This EM drive is described as a 'thruster". Well, guess what? A thruster can't be a warp drive by definition. Thrust isn't the same as 'warp'. This is so bad it's not even wrong."

The funny thing is that the EM drive would not actually be a competitor with STDTS™ but STDTS™ could make the EM drive work better. But Marshall is insistent on his position of not letting NASA use STDTS™ technology.

"I'm not interested in letting any government agency have any access to it because the way they do things, the ChiComs will have it within 2 weeks later. "ChiComs" is a reference to Communist China which already has researchers who try to track Marshall's work.

"In the end, this is how it goes - we prove it works as advertised and commercially develop it on our own. We don't need NASA's funding and quite frankly, we don't need NASA as a client, so they better hope that Harold White gets his overly hyped R&D to work, because that's the only way they'll be going anywhere rapidly in space".

Marshall is working to finish his docmentary, STDTS: The World's First Warp Drive in time to debut it this fall, while he works on other projects, foregoing attendance at any space science conferences this year.

"I'm done talking about the science and instead I'm concentrating on demonstrating the results around the world that are going to shock the world".

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