Movement of the Doomsday Clock Brings Focus on Marshall Barnes' "A Special Report: Temporal Escape"

Yesterday's resetting of the Doomsday Clock increased the gravity of Marshall Barnes' recent study, "A Special Report: Temporal Escape", calling for the completion of ongoing time travel research for Humanity's survival from extinction level events.
Doomsday Clock graphic
Doomsday Clock graphic
WASHINGTON - Jan. 24, 2020 - PRLog -- Yesterday, scientists maintaining the Doomsday Clock - indicating how close humanity is to its own
destruction - announced 100 seconds to midnight,  - 20 seconds closer than last year. The clock is maintained by the non-profit Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, founded in 1945 to monitor human-made existential threats. This brings greater focus on the study released just 16 days ago, calling for funding of ongoing research and development into time travel to the past, to Earth:12KB4 - Earth 12 thousand years in the past.

Internationally noted and followed, advanced concept research and development engineer, Marshall Barnes, author of, A Special Report: Temporal Escape, sees this indicates the relevancy of its purpose and importance.

"I've been very vocal, about how I have zero faith our civilization will last another 10 years," Marshall states, "so as far as I'm concerned, the keepers of the clock have been letting it run a little slow. I would've estimated 100 seconds to midnight back in 2015, when ISIS came along and Obama didn't take them seriously. Now, with Iran's "missile via wormhole" research, documented in my report, my clock reads 10 seconds to midnight."

Just days after Marshall declared 2020 the International Year of Time Travel Science (see ) on the Fenton Files radio show, touting significant breakthroughs made by himself and other scientists in the U.S. and U.K., towards achieving the feat, Marshall finds it telling there's a biological threat via a new flu from China in the wake of the Iranian missile attack scare and now the 100 seconds to midnight designation. Pointing out his report proves the science for time travel to the past has been identified in quantum mechanics and information theory, as predicted by Perimeter Institute's Neil Turok to the BBC in 2018, major breakthroughs for large scale, time travel operations, are possible with a $100,000 budget, compared to billions spent on space exploration - which is no full proof solution for Humanity's survival.

Rachel Bronson, President and CEO of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, explained the 100 seconds before midnight designation answers the question of how we are doing. "It is as dangerous as it has been, since we've been looking - including the dark days of the Cold War, as dangerous as 1953 - which was very dangerous. This is the most stark...that we can answer it.

Jake Shisler
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