News By Tag
News By Location
Marshall Barnes Scores Major Contacts At Year's International Astronautical Congress
After taking an announced hiatus from space science conferences to concentrate on getting "things done", Marshall attended a day at this year's International Astronautical Congress to make business contacts as both customer and service provider.
By: Fame Plan
Technologies of Infinity™ needs to start getting relevant, finding partners as well as clients and position ourselves to become a dominant force in the commercialization of space exploration."
So says Marshall Barnes, advanced concept sci-tech R&D engineer and inventor, as he refocuses his attention on his super start-up, Technologies of Infinity™, determined to turn it into a unicorn within a year. A big part of that will be the vast potential it brings to the table in terms of advanced propulsion, followed by its commercialization by documenting space in much the same way French ocean explorer, Jacques Cousteau did of the world's ocean's and seas. In addition, there's mounds of scientific data that stainless steel probes, Marshall plans for his company to make, could acquire for NASA and other organizations, faster than ever possible. Marshall's technology, STDTS™, which already exists, will deliver abilities to move through space that, to this point, have only been dreamed of. Not even NASA has anything that can touch it and STDTS™ already works. Marshall quietly released an early video made of a car being accelerated by the field the technology produces that also was undetected by radar. The amount of acceleration, has been calculated at being around 10%, meaning the car, which was going at a base speed of 25 mph, was accelerated to 27.1 mph (see https://techofinfinity.wordpress.com/
Companies Marshall talked with included Austrian firm, Enpulsion for their thruster tech for small satellites that will be used for early experiments by TOI, TI Space of Taiwan for small rocket delivery systems, SSC the Swedish Space Company for launch services near the Arctic circle, among others.
"I've turned my attention to space, after being distracted, rightfully so, by the area of temporal and quantum mechanics over the last several years. I knew there were breakthroughs for me to make - and I did. Now, we're heading to exploit those breakthroughs for commercial gain, and I need to return and refocus on space developments since it's clear I'm the first and only one to have working technology that will deliver the promise of warp drive. I'll now aggressively act on it in the immediate future."