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A Warp Drive video demonstration will be part of a physics lecture at a fantasy and science fiction convention being held in Columbus, Ohio, over the Memorial Day weekend. Where does science fiction end and science begin? Maybe research engineer and inventor Marshall Barnes can answer this question!


MARCON, or Multiple Alternative Realities Convention, is being held from May 22-24, 2009, at the Hyatt Regency hotel, in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. The Convention is being called “The Midwest's Premiere Fantasy & Science Fiction Convention.”

The May 21, 2009 PRlog.org article “Warp Drive Demonstration Part of Advanced Physics Lecture At MarCon Convention” talks about the part art Marshall Barnes will play in the convention.

It states that, “R&D [research and development] engineer and inventor Marshall Barnes will present a video of the warp drive physics of his STDTS as part of an advanced physics presentation at the MarCon science fiction convention Memorial Day weekend. Star Trek fans should be thrilled.”

Marshall Barnes is featured at the SpeakerSite.com website.

Barnes’ talk will be called “Engineering Spacetime: From Teleportation To Warp Drive And Time Travel.” It will feature a video that demonstrates the propulsion created when a futuristic engine folds (or, warps) space. He will also talk about his comments of the Air Force’s 2004 Teleportation Physics Study.

According to the August 14, 2008 press release by PRWeb.com, which is titled STDTS Gravity Tests Exceed European Space Agency Results: Benefits for Aviation Seen In Near Future, “Research and development engineer Marshall Barnes is announcing results from a series of gravity tests that exceed the gravity modification measurements announced March 23, 2006 by the European Space Agency.”

And, “The gravity modification results announced by the European Space Agency in March 2006 have been exceeded by more than 100,000,000 times magnitude by the proprietary STDTS technology being developed by R&D engineer Marshall Barnes.”

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William Atkins

William Atkins completed educational degrees in science (bachelor’s in physics and mathematics) from Illinois State University (Normal, United States) and business (master’s in entrepreneurship and bachelor’s in industrial relations) from Western Illinois University

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