World leader in advanced concept science and technology, innovation, and competitive creativity. "The Man Beyond Tomorrow™"
Distinguished lecturer and Keynote Speaker. Has been a speaker across the U.S. and in Canada on a wide range of topics, from technology to aerospace and advanced concept science. The leader in the push back against Disruption Theory and other overly hyped innovation misinformation that can give false impressions to business leaders, resulting in failure and vulnerability to competitors. Has a proven track record as a leading innovator with experience in winning competitive battles through innovation, in which he remains undefeated.
"If someone tries to sell you on their innovation program, ask them two simple questions - 'In how many fields have you applied what you know about creativity and innovation and in how many of them were you able to make significant breakthroughs'? My answer would be 30 and 40. If their answers are less than that, then you know who's better. Period..."
Has been compared to Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin, on a visionary level (6th paragraph down).
Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng, author of the books,
Professional Endorsements and Media Comments
"Marshall Barnes has proven himself to be a bright, enthusiastic, and
ever-inquiring mind. Time and time again, he has come up with inventive
ideas that take us all to the edges of our imagination. Any program
initiated by him will be well worth attending".
- Fred Alan Wolf, PhD, Author, physicist and star of What The Bleep Do We Know
"Marshall Barnes, an R&D engineer who you'll find to be incredibly interesting..."
- Julie Anixter, executive editor and co-founder of Innovation Excellence.
"I think there's something wrong with the way we view time. I like Marshall's approach..."
- Bernhard Mulligan, PhD, Professor of theoretical physics, The Ohio State University (ret)
"Marshall Barnes has accomplished things in physics that I don't understand..."
- Paul Cover, PhD physicist, Battelle Memorial Institute (ret)
"I think Marshall is on to something and I showed him around the physics department"
- Professor of Physics Bunny Clark, PhD, The Ohio State University (ret)
"Marshall Barnes is creative and crazy like a fox."
- Mary Roker, Video Magazine
"I would like to thank Marshall Barnes for taking the time to talk
to my CS 201 course on Time Machines. His presentation generated a
lot of positive feedback and discussion from the class...Personally, I have rarely seen someone with the passion that Marshall Barnes displayed for his work."
- Sabra Weber, PhD Associate Professor Anthropology Department, The Ohio State University
"Later this month, Marshall Barnes will present a scientific paper at the 7th annual International Mars Society Conference in Chicago...Marshall Barnes...truly thinks outside the box...The unique mix of creative thinking and science has enabled Barnes to come up with some interesting technological theories."
- A.M. Whitaker, Columbus Communicator
"Barnes surmises that the disappearing signal particles could be going into the past through tiny wormholes opening and closing “very, very rapidly.” Making a wormhole large enough to pass through and open for a long enough time is the answer to the time travel puzzle".
- Michael McGee, Dallas Examiner
"Marshall Barnes is a genius"
- Liz Evans WTVN TV
*Conferences and Approved Papers Presented
2004 Mars Society Conference: Avoiding Hidden Assumption Traps When Thinking Outside The Box
2010 Mars Society Conference: Technocogninetic Solutions To Psychological Challenges To Voyages To Mars
2011 Mars Society Conference: Electromagnetic Field Alternatives To Exotic Matter and Negative Energy Requirements for Accelerating Locally Adjusted Space-Times Beneficial for Voyages Between the Earth and Mars
2012 Mars Society Conference: Technocogninetic Solutions To Psychological Challenges To Voyages To Mars II
2012 ITSCO Education Innovation Conference: SuperScience and the Oppenheimer Strain
2013 International Space Development Conference: Space Travel Solutions through Local Distortions of Space-Time
2013 Mars Society Conference: Advanced Concept Solutions For Travel To and Communications With Mars
2013 100 Year Starship Symposium: Solutions for Factors of Time and Space Distance Challenges Outside of Proposed Models Based On General Relativity
2013 100 Year Starship Symposium Proceedings : Solutions for Factors of Time and Space Distance Challenges Outside of Proposed Models Based On General Relativity
2014 International Space Development Conference - SpaceUP : Theoretical and Technological Solutions for Creating Traversable Wormholes in Space
2014 Harvard University, Project Success: The Real Science of Time Travel
2014 100 Year Starship Symposium Proceedings: featured poster, STDTS "Opening Doors To Space
2014 100 Year Starship Symposium Proceedings: STEM and the Oppenheimer Strain: Why Children Are Ready For Space Education
2014 International Astronautical Congress contribution to poster, Voyager 1 In the Zone: Who Said Interstellar Travel Is Impossible?
2015 Stroud Science Symposium Kingswood Oxford School, The STEM of Time Travel
2015 ITSCO Education Innovation Mixer, The Oppenheimer Strain and it's Future Potential Impact
*Organization Memberships and Associations:
Scientific American's 1,000 Scientists in 1,000 Days program (now defunct) - https://web.archive.org/web/2013...
George Lucas Educational Foundation's Edutopia - http://www.edutopia.org/user/43458
NineSigma's NineSights innovation community - https://ninesights.ninesigma.com...
Innocentive innovation community - https://www.innocentive.com/ar/s...
Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Advanced Collaboration (now defunct) - https://web.archive.org/web/2012...
Researchgate - https://www.researchgate.net/pro...
Informal Science - http://bit.ly/1PafI4O
Philosophy of Time Society - http://www.prlog.org/11934015-it...
IdeaConnection - http://www.ideaconnection.com/in...
Interstellar Travel 100 Year Starship Meetup Group http://www.meetup.com/Interstell...
National Space Society
National Lab Day (now defunct)
*Awards and Recognitions:
2008: Proclamation from the Mayor and City Council of Bexley, OH of recognition for successfully proving that the city's high school students could see a flaw in an objection of Stephen Hawking's toward Kip Thorne's model for using wormhole's for time travel (see http://physicsintrouble.iwarp.co...)
2009: City Council of Columbus, OH award of recognition for contributions to science education for proving that students from Columbus Africentric Early College could identify the error that Stephen Hawking missed in Kip Thorne's model for using wormholes for time travel. Won 2009 Top Scientist/STEM Professional for National Lab Day
2010: Won Top Scientist/STEM Professional for National Lab Day
2011: City of Grandview Heights proclamation award for discovering flaws in time theories of Stephen Hawking and J.R. Gott and proving that their high school students could as well. Had the number one most popular profile at the original InformalScience.org for over a year.
2012: Ohio House of Representatives proclamation recognizing and honoring contributions to education in science for the state's young people and proving a error in the Mad Scientist Paradox of Stephen Hawking from the Discovery Channel, and was named "one of Ohio's Finest Citizens" (see below). Edutopia Member of the Week.
2013: Recognized and thanked by the City of Grandview Heights for creating and developing the STDTS(TM) protowarp drive technology there between 2000 - 2003 (see http://www.prlog.org/12190232-ci...)
2016: Awarded a most read Quora member for the warp drive, nature of time, time travel, Stephen Hawking, parallel universes, worm holes, and much more.
Theiss Research Organization, (as independent Principle Investigator) La Jolla, CA
Harvard Archives (registered researcher) Cambridge, MA
#Professional Representation, Creative Artists Agency Los Angeles, CA
Invented the first psychoactive rock videos in 1990, leading the way for psychoactive technology based entertainment and therapies.
Invented Visual Density Reduction™ as an active optical invisibility technology in 1994. Was featured in the first ever exhibit for optical invisibility from 2008 to 2015 in the Santa Maria Education Visitors Center in Columbus, OH and exhibited on the child level at the first USA Science and Engineering Festival.
Invented the teleparallelism based STDTS technology in 2000.
Invented the science of technocogninetics as an open alternative to cognitive technology in 2006
Built the first phase of Nikola Tesla's Wall of Light, which he wasn't able to do. Exhibited an analysis of it at the 2010 USA Science and engineering Festival and a full video exhibit at an art event in Columbus, OH
Won the 2008 public bet against Stephen Hawking over the existence of the Higgs Boson
Invented the Programable Television Synthesizer - P.TVsynth™ in 2011
Proved Stephen Hawking's Mad Scientist Paradox on the Discovery Channel's "Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking" wrong with a solid body electric guitar in 2012.
Built the Verdrehung Fan™ in 2012 and proved that it is the world's first time machine on a particle level , in 2013
Beat NASA in the race to develop warp drive technology, in 2015
Proved with the Rachel and Emily RetroWorldality experiments that parallel universes, in the model of the Everett/Wheeler hypothesis, are real but an extension of John A. Wheeler's participatory universe model, simultaneously explaining so-called retrocausality experiments without time paradoxes.
Proved that simulated universe theory is wrong in the 2016 paper, A Participatory Universe Does Not Equal a Simulated One and Why We Live in the Former
On The Web
Press room feed - PRLog.com
Twitter feed for advanced tech projects - @warpdrivehere