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Marshall Barnes is a 21st century renaissance man, the ultimate synthesis of artist and scientist. Think it's hype? Read his bio!
Marshall is the author of several currently out-of-print nonfiction books and he's about to self-publish a popular science book of his space-time continuum physics theory, in the form of an "art" book created through the use of his invention, the Programable Television Synthesizer(TM) or P.TVsynth(TM). The book is designed to become a cerebral experience when read with stereoscopic 3D glasses, which will make the art inside come alive. The book will be released by July 4th of this year and be supported by an audio documentary. A full blown regular text book version, replete with extensive scientific documentation that will support his theory in the face of current speculations on the nature of space and time (such as the idea that time doesn'texist), is nearly complete in manuscript form and will be marketed to a mainstream publishing house when the time is right. Agents take note.
Marshall has invented many other things, most notably the DEMI Sampling(™) process that out performs the musical capabilities of synthesizers, and perhaps his greatest invention of all, the STDTS proto-technology for warp drive which will have a worldwide proof of concept demonstration later this year (with a sequel done in suborbital space in time for the release of the next Star Trek movie in 2013). He plans a book about that as well. Because of the modifications possible to the STDTS tech, Marshall is planning physical tests with a modified fan equipped with then STDTS field that in theory should begin to realize the same kind of space and time twisting claimed to be predicted for a different design using a rotating laser by University of Connecticut physics professor and author of the book, Time Traveler, Ronald Mallett. Since the book has been released, and Spike Lee has purchased the film rights, the book has been published in multiple languages around the world. However, Mallett is more than $250,000 from even beginning to test his theories and Marshall will begin to test his this summer. If he succeeds, he will be the first man in the world with a machine that demonstrably effects time and Mallett will lose all claims to having the world's first time machine. Marshall has just recently gotten a worldwide TV distribution deal offer for a documentary dealing with the STDTS which is in the planning stages now.
In 2009, in a book proposal on the nature of time, Marshall accurately predicted that the subject of the nature of time was going to be the next hot topic, and since then there have been at least 5 books published on time related topics and more articles in magazines, such as Scientific American, while none have answered the big questions that Marshall discussed in his proposal. Simultaneously, he is quickly establishing himself as the man proving to be smarter than Stephen Hawking, by not only finding mistakes that the famous astrophysicist has made, but showing that students as young as those in the 4th through 6th grades can detect them as well, proving that J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb, was correct when he mused that, "There are children playing in the streets who could solve some of my top physics problems, because they have modes of sensory perception that I lost long ago".
As a writer, his concentration is on nonfiction, primarily science, however he will be publishing a book of poetry called, Life Without Love, for Valentine's Day 2013 and he has a book dealing with seemingly paranormal connections between himself and the TV show Fringe in the works, which is spawning a webcast TV series that will debut this fall as a weekly program. He also own exclusive rights to an unpublished manuscript and A/V material regarding secret research done during WWII.
A skilled lecturer with over 30 years of experience with print, radio, and TV media, and web media for nearly 20 (including two Yahoo! chat events of the week), Marshall has appeared in lectures and media across the U.S. and Canada. He just recently returned from participating in his second USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington D.C. which used a photograph of children looking through one of his other inventions as the largest image on its promotional cards - the Visual Density Reduction Window(™) which makes thing look optically invisible.
Marshall is a member of The Philosophy of Time Society, InformalScience.org, the Edutopia community of the George Lucas Educational Foundation which just recently made him a Featured Member of the Week, The Ohio STEM Learning Network, National Lab Day, the STEM Ed Coalition, the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture web site, a Promotional Partner of the USA Science and Engineering Festival, and a member of Researchgate.net where his comments are followed by over a 170 scientists, engineers, students, researchers and business people from over 19 countries around the world.
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