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Scott J. Cooper & World Patent Marketing Face Devastating Challenge In Time Travel Development Field
In 2015, Miami's Scott J. Cooper, CEO of World Patent Marketing, made bold statements about making time travel a reality by backing Ronald L. Mallett, of University of Connecticut. Now, Marshall Barnes is making it all but impossible.
By: fame plan
At stake, Scott's reputation and that of Ronald Mallett, the focus of the fund raising project started by Cooper. November 6, 2015, Cooper's firm, World Patent Marketing, issued a stunning press release, stating - "University of Connecticut professor, Ronald Mallett, to pursue time machine while on board at World Patent Marketing". It's stunning, to those knowing of the competition between Mallett and internationally noted R&D engineer, Marshall Barnes, due to its blatant and transparent effort for World Patent Marketing to use Mallett's successful hype to give themselves credibility. The problem - Mallett himself, is an accused fraud, destined to tarnish any allies vested in his misrepresentations. Marshall, a victim of one of Mallett's cons, makes exposing Mallett a matter of both professional and personal importance. World Patent Marketing's decision to promote Mallett means they're on a collision course with Marshall that Time Travel Technologies is in no position to survive.
The best evidence is found in that November 2015 press release. It begins, "Professor Ronald Mallett is on the verge of creating the first working 'time machine'. And it is being taken very seriously by academic researchers around the world. The discussion is no longer 'if' it can be done, but precisely 'how' will it be done. One thing is for certain, Professor Ronald Mallett is the man to do it."
"That is totally false", Marshall states. No academic researchers of any report, support Ronald Mallett's time machine idea. In fact, the list of objectors has grown from Ken Olum and Alan Everett, to J.R. Gott, Kip Thorne, Stephen Hawking, and now even Michio Kaku, But the first thing was - he's 'on the verge' of doing it. He's not," Marshall emphatically insists. "I wrote the first paper proving conclusively, Mallett's idea for a time machine is flawed in its very design. Second, within two weeks of this B.S. from World Patent Marketing, he admitted to PBS NewsHour his idea for a time machine would require "stellar quantities" of energy, effectively making it impossible (see https://www.prlog.org/
According to Marshall and others, the solicitation of funds, under false pretenses, equals fraud or theft by deception. Meaning, if donors complain, the possibility of criminal charges could be raised at this point because Mallett's knowledge of his inability to achieve his claim has been established. That means any entities, who assisted in the solicitation of such funds, knowing of the impossibility of achieving their purpose, could be liable as well - based on the fact that Mallett, in his own words, has admitted his idea won't work. Marshall, a former professional investigator, checked with PBS NewsHour reporter, Nsikan Akpan, who interviewed Mallett for the article. He verified that Mallett made the statement. Akpan laughed and said, 'Yeah, he did. He said it".
However, the press release for World Patent Marketing, made it sound like not only is Mallett on the leading edge of time travel research but will win the race to build the first time machine - a race that's already over.
"World Patent Marketing has taken an interest in the hotly contested race to create the first time machine, and have placed their bets on Ronald Mallet. Scott J. Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing became fascinated with Mallet's research and invited the famous scientist to join the World Patent Marketing Advisory Board. Given the leadership position that World Patent Marketing enjoys in the scientific and invention communities, it is no surprise that Dr. Mallett gladly agreed to come on board."
"How can anyone trust the judgement of Scott J. Cooper after issuing a stupid statement like that? He's betting on the man, that already lost the race to make a time machine, more than two years before? They knew, because the words were 'hotly contested race to build the first time machine'. The only race was between Mallett and I, and I won it in 2013! (see https://www.prlog.org/
In fact, World Patent Marketing looks additionally foolish by having scientifically incorrect statements in the press release describing Mallett's work. Specifically -
"Professor Mallett's research is based on a laser cone of light, focused into high energy gravitational fields. He claims his research proves that time travel into the past is possible".
"Nowhere in Mallett's own literature does that description exist! Laser cone of light? Mallett describes it as a spiral similar to a Slinky toy. High energy gravitational fields? From WHERE!? Created by WHAT!? That's the problem with his idea. It's based on mistakes he made in General Relativity and he can't create the kind of gravitational effect with the time machine idea he wants."
Marshall is aligning an array of developments beginning this month, aimed directly at destroying the validity of Time Travel Technologies as well as Ronald Mallett, at an ever intensifying level.