Furturism.media Publishes Scathing Marshall Barnes Review Of "The Good Stuff" With Ronald Mallett
"Why The Good Stuff Isn't When It Comes To Time Travel And Time Travel Con Man Ronald Mallett" by Marshall Barnes, blows the lid off of Ronald Mallett's false career as a time travel scientist, and efforts by time travel "geeks" to promote him.
By: Fame Plan
So says leading world expert on the new science of time travel, internationally followed, research and development engineer, Marshall Barnes, whose work is often reviewed by researchers in foreign military and scientific institutions in such places as Iran, Pakistan and India as was the case recently when Marshall was alerted by Academia.edu. His paper, Time Folger Discovers A Time Machine was being read by a member of the elite research division of the Indian government's version of DARPA. So, if the subject is time travel, Marshall's opinions carry quite a deal of weight.
So, it was the How To Time Travel episode of the Chicago based The Good Stuff Youtube science show, hosted primarily by Craig Benzine, featuring various cast members, like Ryan Wolff, that Marshall took aim at, much as he did the science fiction show, Timeless of NBC. However, it was the show's interview with Marshall's arch rival and enemy, Ronald Mallett of the University of Connecticut, that not only was his focus, but gave him all the evidence he needed to not only make The Good Stuff cast look stupid, but expose Mallett's lack of expertise as well as his involvement in various scandals.
Marshall scores his best points pointing out how Mallett agrees with Benzine that everyone has their own "timeline" when actually it would be "clock" influenced by how fast and where everyone has traveled which effects age via a process known as time dilation, whereas the term "timeline" is used most often as a layperson's way of talking about time periods in regards to time travel, as in going back and making changes to a "timeline".
Marshall remarked, "It's why I'm declaring 2020 as the International Year of Time Travel Science. (see https://vocal.media/
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