Marshall Barnes Interviewed Tonight On Talktainment Radio's "This Is Libby" On "See You Yesterday"
As the word spreads about the unintended consequences of sloppy writing featured in the Spike Lee produced film, See You Yesterday, talk radio show host, Libby Rand will interview Marshall Barnes, who started it, to understand what it's all about.
Now comes See You Yesterday, that Bristol sees as a vehicle promoting STEM education and college for African American youth but contains dramatic science flaws in it which the media has not been mentioning but are obvious to anyone actually "smart" like the kids in the film are portrayed to be. Things like the line that appears in the trailer that's been viral on the internet - "This is something Einstein spent his entire life trying to do...", when in fact, Einstein didn't spend any time at all trying to make time travel real.
The plot of the movie centers on 2 African American students who attend a STEM school and are geniuses that build time travel technology. When the brother of one is killed in a police shooting, his sister sees the time travel technology as a way to save him from his fate.
Marshall will discuss true time travel science and how far it's progressed, along with how the film gets STEM education wrong, something that Marshall is a recognized expert in - having taught real advanced concept science and technology to high school physics students around the age of the characters in the film. Marshall tested and proved the contention of J.Robert Oppenheimer, that children playing in the street could solve some of his problems in physics, because they have modes of sensory perception that he lost long ago. Marshall's students detected errors made by such famed physicists as J.R. Gott, Kip Thorne and even Stephen Hawking, for which both Marshall and them received recognitions on a state and local level.
Marshall's article, Stopping the Clock on Spike Lee's 'See You Yesterday' (see https://futurism.media/
"Look, Spike and Stefon have made a movie that pretends to represent a field and way of life that I do in the real world, professionally, and am damn good at it," Marshall said. "It's ridiculous to sit here and not only watch it get misrepresented but to also realize that they're misleading the same youth that they claim to want to inspire. The kind that I have already inspired. Misrepresenting the work of Einstein's life not only hurts the credibility of the movie's writers and producers but miseducates young minds. It''s clearly an example of Spike not doing the right thing..."
And speaking of not doing the right thing, Marshall's article includes an update on the situation concerning Dr. Ronald Mallett, the African American professor of physics at the University of Connecticut, once famous for declaring that he was building a time machine, and Spike Lee, who bought the film rights to Mallett's life in 2008. See You Yesterday has renewed speculation about the fate of Lee's project based on Mallett's memoir, Time Traveler, The problem is Mallett has since been exposed as a fraud and con man, entangled in the World Patent Marketing scandal with former Trump US Attorney General appointee, Matt Whitaker, and breaking Florida law by promoting false advertising. Marshall is preparing the release of a book, exposing Mallett, but the question remains - will Lee still attempt to produce the film? If so, Mallett's reputation will be destroyed before Lee can get the first frame of film shot, so it's likely that he won't have to decide - the decision will already be made for him.
Marshall will also address solutions to police shootings with Libby, aside from protests - which he feels, at this point, are ineffectual and that See You Yesterday just uses as a plot device.
Marshall plans on taking steps to remedy this situation, created by See You Yesterday, and not just standing aside. He has a project that he will announce on This Is Libby tonight, which will be at 7PM EST, only on talktainmentradio.com.