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Marshall Barnes' Refusal, To Reveal Complete Time Machine Details, Validated By Indian Interest
Top innovator and time researcher, Marshall Barnes, refuses to reveal critical details for his designs for time machines, citing National Security concerns. While some were skeptical, new information has surfaced, validating that concern.
By: Fame Plan
A faculty member in the department of Technology Forecasting, HRD, IPR & ISoO 9001 at Defence Research And Development Organisation read your paper this month."
That's what an email to Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng said from Academia.edu, the preprint hosting site for academics to share research papers. The company's mission is acceleration of the world's research, attracting over 69 million unique visitors a month. Clearly, those visitors include foreign military organizations.
"I'm not surprised people from overseas are reading my work," the advanced concept science and technology expert said, who's been quoted by publications on such diverse topics as engineering jobs to the corporate use of artificial intelligence. "I've known for years I'm followed by people from over 19 countries, some not friendly to the United States. The top two of which are Iran and Pakistan. But I never knew who it was specifically there, until now."
Academia.edu identifies the organization but it wasn't until Marshall looked it up that he realized it's full gravity. The Defence Research And Development Organisation is a military organization of India and the department of Technology Forecasting deals with impacts of future, advanced technology.
The Innovation Portal, a site run by John Bessant, a consultant in engineering, research and innovation development, identifies technology forecasting as, "concerned with the investigation of new trends, radically new technologies, and new forces which could arise from the interplay of factors such as new public concerns, national policies and scientific discoveries."
Harvard Business Review says "To be useful, technological forecasts do not necessarily need to predict the precise form technology will take in a given application at some specific future date. Like any other forecasts, their purpose is simply to help evaluate the probability and significance of various possible future developments so that managers can make better decisions."
Marshall sees these definitions point towards an investigation, regardless of how informal, of implications of his time travel research by the Indian military.
"I've been telling people my work is followed on an international level. I won't complete the description of my total time machine solution because I'm in voluntary compliance with US Code 35, Chapter 17, segment 181 (see https://www.law.cornell.edu/