Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng Makes Time Travel Announcement on Ground Zero Post Silicon Valley Comic Con
After a smashing successful stint at the Silicon Valley Comic Con, Marshall Barnes will appear Thursday night on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, revealing major breakthroughs in human time travel and what it means for Silicon Valley billionaires.
By: Fame Plan
the studio with Clyde Lewis after a wildly successful appearance at the Silicon Valley Comic Con last weekend. In what was become a perfect storm, forming around his successful research into time travel, potential interest from Silicon Valley billionaires, latest breakthrough experiments and paper discrediting rival Ronald Mallett's claims of time travel research, Marshall has emerged the de facto supreme time travel scientist in the world.
"I've gotten all the important parts," Marshall explains. "Why this method of time travel should work. The solid theoretical and practical foundations. It's seamless. I just need the proper equipment to make me feel comfortable in proceeding. I don't rush into things unless I feel they're right. I think that has a lot to do with my high rate of success, that and the fact I actually do real research as opposed to Ronald Mallett, who is a total and complete failure - except for lying about his work."
That success includes legally seizing the provisional patent design from UConn's Ronald Mallett which Mallett had misrepresented, and demonstrating how it could never work as is, but would accomplish the demonstration of the existence of parallel universes. The experiment, tentatively called the Boyd Mallett Test, after Ronald Mallett's father whom Marshall has expressed respect for, points the way toward following Yakir Aharonov's suggestion for using quantum mechanical set-ups as engines of sort, for time machines.
In the paper he presented at the Silicon Valley Comic Con last Sunday, Marshall declared human time travel is just one step away from realization and could happen as soon as next year. However, it will be released privately to those who have been funding the research and Silicon Valley billionaires who want to escape, like Marshall does, a future they fear will be disasterous. Instead, they plan to escape to the past - the '80s for the tech billionaires and 1971 for Marshall.
You can read Marshall's latest paper, Turning Professor Ronald Mallett's Failed Time Machine Design Patent Into A Breakthrough Experimental Platform (He Should've Seen For Himself) at https://www.academia.edu/
You can listen to Marshall live tonight on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, https://www.groundzeromedia.org/