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Marshall Barnes Releases Scathing Rebuttal To 'Innovation' Article, "Time Travel Innovation"
In a devastating blow, filled with facts, examples and plenty of disdain, internationally noted R&D engineer, temporal mechanic and innovation expert, Marshall Barnes, destroys "Time Travel Innovation" as "a stupid and misleading article..."
By: fame plan
So blasts Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng, in a new article released after his appearance on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, revealing the secret of the quantum mechanics of doing time travel, as predicted by Perimeter Institute's Neil Turok. The target of his scathing critique? The unnamed author of the article, Time Travel Innovation. Marshall says he doesn't identify the author because, "I know him personally and although the article has angered me greatly, I have no desire to turn this into a personal grudge match - despite the fact I would win it with brutal efficiency. I don't suffer arrogant fools at all, let alone lightly. "
Next, he explains why he's set his sights on the article in question.
"The reason it angers me is because it used a scientific field that I'm a recognized leading member of, to then hawk a misleading article on innovation that should've been straight forward, with no need to adorn it with the pizzazz of the most misunderstood and abused area of theoretical physics - time travel."
What follows is a deconstruction of its use of time travel to draw the reader into what Marshall proves is an anemic attempt at innovation sophistication that fails while attempting to link its theme to the nature of time.
It's ironic how Marshall has done the things the author sloth's over, and gives examples - making it obvious Marshall is the consummate innovator - spending more time doing it than talking about it. While the author hints at information about, "investing in their pre-IPO startup", for time travel (which there isn't one) Marshall actually has one that's in operation now and he shares examples of how he's used his innovation prowess to out perform his closest competition, Ronald Mallett.
It's a must read for anyone disappointed by the hype of Time Travel Innovation and wants to see the real thing - on both counts.
You can read it at https://vocal.media/