Venture Capitalists And Tech Investors Are Warned About Time Travel X Scheme

Amid a flurry of recent publicity about University of Connecticut professor Ronald Mallett, those involved in tech investing and venture capital are being warned against investing in the scheme that was part of a FTC fraud investigation in Miami.
STORRS, Conn. - April 1, 2020 - PRLog -- In a new article published on's financial platform, Trader, investors and venture capitalists are warned against funding the time travel scheme formerly known as Time Travel X, and promoted by Miami businessman Scott J, Cooper. The purpose was building and experimenting with designs for the time machine scheme originally dubbed Spacetime Twisting By Light by Ronald Mallett of the University of Connecticut. There's dozens of quotes, videos and images proving Cooper and Mallett planned to bilk millions of dollars from investors they were targeting with a promotional video so misleading it broke Florida consumer protection laws, a report on which was forwarded to the FTC to assist in their 2017 investigation shutting down Cooper's World Patent Marketing. Now, the article contends, Mallett's at it on his own, using identical angles he learned from Cooper.

"On the face of it, nothing's there, yet it's promoted as this breakthrough," article author Marshall Barnes insists. "People are misled by lies, misrepresentations and flawed physics that's beyond their understanding and made to sound good by Mallett and the media."

The article details with evidence Mallett's joining Cooper, such as the Florida filing for their company, Time Travel Technologies, and documentation of the complaint against World Patent Marketing by the FTC.  Of particular interest are interview accounts showing how Cooper influenced Mallett to publicly declare they would need and raise billions of dollar, tipping Marshall off to their intent of targeting Silicon Valley types.

"Where else would they go with that?" Marshall says, who has known Mallett since 2007 and used to be a supporter until Mallett betrayed him in 2008. The betrayal was kept secret until it was too late for Marshall to sue.

In a video from NBC's Left Field, Mallett compares the need for his project's projected multi-million dollar budget to that of the LIGO experiment and NASA's space program.

"He has no intention of building his stupid machine," Marshall contends, "he wants others to and fund it, while he gets fame and leaves the idea as his legacy". Mallett says as much in a 2015 Altoona Mirror article - "I'm being recognized already in my lifetime, even if I don't see the final time machine. That would be nice if I did, but that is not essential."

"Then there's no point!", Marshall insists.

You can read the article, The Investment Warning Against Funding Ronald Mallett at

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