R&D Engineer Claims to Have Created Our First Wormhole Cruising Time Machine
Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 11 pm EDT, the genial prolocutor and voice of California MUFON Radio, Lorien Fenton invites the ever-so brilliant R&D Engineer Marshall Barnes to share why his revolutionary wormhole cruising time machine is on pace to making what was once deemed as fiction to becoming a reality.
Marshall Barnes is a research and development engineer and conceptual theorist, with a specialty in theoretical physics and cognition related to creativity and technologically induced modes of perception. He is a member of the Philosophy of Time Society, National STEM Foundation and the NineSigma open innovation organization.
In Jun 14, 2012, he was named Edutopia.org Featured Member of the Week and was accepted as a member of the 1,000 Scientists in 1,000 Days program by Scientific American magazine that same month. Marshall is currently promoting a STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Math) agenda.
The Race To Create the 1st Time Machine is Over!
Since the year 2000, two men have been working in areas of physics with intentions that were once thought to be the realm of science fiction – the ability to manipulate time! Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng was working in the area of electromagnetic field theory with the idea of effecting time with specially synthesized electromagnetic fields. Meanwhile, Ronald L. Mallett, PhD had developed a theory of a rotating ring laser that could create enough of a gravitational field that it could twist space and time.
In 2007 the two actually met after Marshall had success in determining, with the help of Fred Alan Wolf, PhD that his research had resulted in the first functioning prototype for a warp drive. Marshall produced several events for Mallett, who was promoting his book, Time Traveller: A Scientist’s Personal Mission To Make Time Travel A Reality. However, this year, after Mallett had still failed to raise enough money to build an actual working prototype, Marshall decide to take the obvious step to see if his invention, the STDTS, could be the engine for a time machine.
After Mallett turned down his offer to become involved with his project, and other scientists and engineers supported his idea to test a new configuration based on torsion physics, Marshall proceeded and got positive, initial results.
Now the race is over – Marshall Barnes won! Now Marshall works to scale up his machine, the Verdrehung Fan(TM) to the level required to become a large scale time machine! – source
Listen to Marshall Barnes’ interview right here!