Marshall Barnes Launches The World's First Time Travel Development Effort On Ground Zero

Much has been made about Ronald Mallett and World Patent Marketing's fund raising effort to back Mallett's research, but last night on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, Marshall Barnes proved he's already making time travel possible.
Marshall Banes and Clyde Lewis on air Copyright 2016
Marshall Banes and Clyde Lewis on air Copyright 2016
PORTLAND, Ore. - Oct. 8, 2016 - PRLog -- Last night, Marshall Barnes did something that no one has done before. Live on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, and in front of a live studio audience and on Ustream, Marshall beamed infrared pulses into micro wormholes being generated by his Verdrehung Fan™, which he says is the first time machine in the world. Both Lewis and the studio audience were stunned. Lewis hailed it as a history making event.

For Marshall, it was merely a more complicated repeat of what he had already done in Columbus, OH almost a week before, at Heroes and Games in the Columbus Convention Center, and just the latest event before the next as he works towards dominating the time travel conversation, now on-going with TV shows like NBC's Timeless, and its field of research. He's the only person in the world to achieve this milestone and he announced last night that the implications go beyond time travel.

"I now have a model for how to do faster than light communication, stemming from this research," he explained. All I have to do is test my method for specially conditioning the micro wormholes in the Verdrehung Fan™ and do the same to those in a second Verdrehung Fan™. Then I send an infrared pulse into the 1st Verdrehung Fan™ and see if it triggers a DVD player near the second one. If it does, no matter where we put it - that means that teleportation of those pulses has been accomplished and I could create a system that would enable secure communication between Earth and any spacecraft with a like receiver, anywhere in space. It should include radio frequency waves as well, which mean video signals. It will solve the accompanying communication problem when my warp drive is tested in space."

Marshall is the inventor of the first technology applicable for warp drive, which is the engine behind the Verdrehung Fan™. This means that he will have warp drive, time travel and faster than light communication within his grasp exclusively. Already, in the wake of the Heroes and Games event, he's had people telling him that they could get him an audience with Elon Musk, if he wants.

"People are going to remember this," Lewis said. Lewis mentioned his would be the first radio show to have a wormhole opened up. Afterward Marshall agreed, but added another first he had on radio, when in 2012, he demonstrated the Verdrehung Fan™ warping space on The Chosen with Ron Mills (see ) before Marshall knew he could open wormholes with it. Mills has since moved on to do, Into the Paranormal on WCJV Digital Broadcasting.

Marshall plans on moving forward with his demonstrations and his research and his products in media and beyond, in his outreach to the public to raise awareness that, unlike his competitors in the field, he is the only success story and is changing the future, now. Already he is preparing the release of his new book, The Great Time Machine War, this month, about his conflict with University of Connecticut professor, Ronald Mallett, as well as his documentary, The Dawning of the Age of Time Machines, due out early next year.

"I look around, and all I see is a bunch of talk. Talk is cheap. I'm making things happen and they're happening right now", he says.

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