Marshall Barnes Returns To Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis Tonight With The Ultimate Time Travel Reveal
Marshall Barnes to will reveal the true science to time travel tonight on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, including information never before revealed and how he has launched an effort to accelerate the process to lee threats like Covid-19.
By: Fame Plan
Says Marshall Barnes, internationally followed and most funded researcher into the science of time travel. While the media has regurgitated 16 year old story about UConn's Ronald Mallett wanting to build a time machine to save his dead father's life in the '50s - with a design proved to be a sham, Marshall's turned to doing breakthrough work he's published in pre-print form through Academia.edu while doing the kinds of reproducible experiments beyond Mallett's grasp. It's all been driven by his fear of the future and ironically, for exactly the kind of situation the world is in today. Tonight he'll deliver on a scale never before attained when he returns to Clyde Lewis' radio show, Ground Zero, after his August appearance - which Clyde called "one of his best shows ever."
"I think it's clear to me that there is some probability of us going backwards in time," Peter Turok of Canada's Perimeter Institute said on Horizon. "In quantum physics, nothing is impossible - particles travel through walls!"
Peter Turok claimed no one has the answer yet, but Marshall will explain how, though he adds he can reveal it only so far without violating a little known section of the U.S. Code preventing revelations of technical data potentially a threat to National Security.
"But I will go far enough that any physicist, worth his PhD, will be able to see that I know exactly what I'm talking about."
He'll also cover his report, Temporal Escape, about how time travel to the past should be funded to establish settlements in a parallel universe copy of 12 thousand years ago - to avoid extinction level events. He'll cite is Operation Covid-19: The 12 Monkeys To Midnight Situation, as his effort to accelerate the realization of time travel overall now that we're in the throes of the current Covid-19 pandemic.
"They say we should be able to survive, this time, but what about the next?," Marshall explains. "I consider this a warning, a shot across the bow that says - 'Hurry it up and get it done OR ELSE! "
You can listen to Marshall on Ground Zero at 11 PM EST and 8 PM PST at