CBS Sunday Morning Misses Mark With Segment on Time Travel

At a time when there is more happening in the field of time travel research than at any other time, you would think that when CBS Sunday Morning suddenly does a segment on time travel, that they would actually cover some of that. Nope.
NEW YORK - June 1, 2021 - PRLog -- "A fanciful form of travel is getting a far more serious look these days...", Jane Pauley, host of the CBS TV program, Sunday Morning said recently. Anyone that's been paying any attention to what's been happening in the time travel research field would think that some of what's been going on would make it to the segment. They would be wrong.

"I didn't know anything about the segment", Marshall Barnes, the leading researcher on time travel, said. "A fellow member at Singularity University told me because there's been talk there about my Time:The Financial Frontier project, working to raise $100,000 to complete time travel to the past research "

Although Marshall made history, having the first ever published, double blind peer-reviewed paper by Global Journals Science Research Frontier Interdisciplinary, demonstrating the quantum mechanics supporting time travel to the past, not a peep from Jane Pauley. Nothing on the funding effort or the benefits it would bring. How it's been set-up as a far less expensive, theoretical alternative to going to space to save humanity from extinction level events, surpassing the capabilities of Elon Musk's Mars efforts.

"I thought the segment was because of my appearance on the Frank Morano radio show in New York, The Other Side of Midnight," Marshall said. '"I was on two weeks in a row but there was literally nothing new on the CBS program, just relativity theory which isn't practical for time travel and won't send you to the past."

It wouldn't be the first major TV show to ignore new developments while trying to benefit from just bringing the subject up. Look at any coverage of Ronald Mallett and his repetitive, never ending story about wanting to see his dead father in the past.

"The BBC did better with their show, Horizon," Marshall added. "That was in 2018 and Neil Turok of Perimeter Institute emphasized the answer to time travel to the past would be found in quantum mechanics and someone would come along and prove it. That's what I'm doing."

The web site for Time: The Financial Frontier can be found at .

"It just made them look silly in the wake of all the publicity I'm getting," Marshall said. "Special Edition of New Dawn from Australia, 4 or 5 national radio shows in 3 months, my Global Journals paper, and more articles on me to come in June. It shows they're so out of touch."

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