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EVIDENCE FILE of the Deliberate COVER-UP of Ronald Mallett’s involvement in FRAUD, MISREPRESENTATION by both The SUN SENTINEL and The MIAMI NEW TIMES: for the Fenton Perspective January 29th, 2017 8 PM EST

EVIDENCE: What RON HIRTIBISE of the SUN SENTINEL knew
Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2017 at 7:44 AM
From: “marshall barnes”
To: rhurtibise
Subject: World Patent Marketing/Ronald Mallett info from Marshall Barnes (we talked on the phone yesterday)

Dear Ron:

Below is the email that my associate, David Gap got in reply to his communication with the Florida AG’s office. Attached is a PDF copy of the report which contains evidence regarding potential violations of the Florida Revised Code (it’s easier to read than the email text following the AG office’s reply, below). As I stated, and the email below confirms, it was forwarded to the FTC. As the report states, the reason for my informing the Florida AG was that anyone buying Time Travel X, under the premise that the value was linked to that of Bit Coin, would lose all their money as my competitive operations began to move in the commercial area and totally dominate the discussion in regards to time travel development. Scott Cooper knew the real value was linked to that of Mallett’s research, but my activities would prove it to be fraudulent. Since the FTC action has happened, I have announced moves to provide a means to help what victims there are from the Time Travel X scam:

https://www.prlog.org/12633146-marshall-barnes-rd-eng-works-on-effort-to-help-victims-of-the-ronald-mallett-scam-time-travel.html#

If Time Travel X had been allowed to go forward, the scale of the scam was targeted to reach as high as $500 million! Please see the 16th paragraph at http://www.motherlandmagazine.com/ronald-mallett/ under the heading, SO WHERE DO THINGS STAND RIGHT NOW?. “The total amount to accomplish everything we are hoping to, both with space manipulation and time manipulation is probably going to be about $500 million, altogether.” You will see how Mallett tries to use the cost of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN as a way to justify raising that kind of money, which is ludicrous. My paper, below, proves that his alleged purpose is baseless, right down to its conceptualization and then rules it out based on the results of stunning, physical experiments, of which Mallett has none.

Mallett has never had to answer for his theories at all, and when I was promoting him in 2007, I discovered that his work wasn’t fully developed. 7 years later, I discovered that he had made no further efforts to seriously raise the money he said he needed (back then it was $250,000) then misled people about the true amount (actually $6 mil+) and what he actually was focused on was continually getting exposure for his personal story and increasing his fame for the bogus claim of working on the first time machine. That’s why we’re here in 2017 and he’s not accomplished one damn thing is the meantime – he’s solved no time related issues, no time travel issues, not made any professional presentations at science conferences on the subject, and most importantly – he’s never, during his time travel research career, published one single solitary paper dealing with the topic. None. The papers he did put out were several about the functioning of his proposed device design back around 2002, which were heavily flawed, as you will read in my latest paper, which is the third link below. During the last ten years, my work in the field has skyrocketed in terms of solutions found, experiments conducted and technology derived, to the point that Mallett isn’t even a peer anymore. In the end, Mallett will be forced to debate me in public or stand by helplessly as his credibility is crushed out of existence as people realize the truth. Actually, that will happen, even if he does do a debate – because he can’t win one.

https://www.prlog.org/12613870-new-similar-experiments-dramatically-achieve-rainer-plaga-suggestion-to-prove-parallel-universes.html

https://www.prlog.org/12640570-new-suzy-experiment-blows-away-cerns-mir-faizal-on-parallel-universes.html

https://www.academia.edu/33308409/The_Invalidation_of_the_Time_Travel_Physics_of_the_Ronald_L._Mallett_PhD_LOTART_Design_By_The_Rachel_Emily_and_Suzy_Experiments_of_Marshall_Barnes_R_and_D_Eng

So the net result of any investment in Time Travel X would be a total loss of those funds because the promotion of my work in the commercial sphere would drive the value of Mallett’s research into the ground, as I unleash every element of competitive marketing creativity that I know, that I was already recognized for by Innovation Excellence in 2014 (see https://www.prlog.org/12317555-marshall-barnes-selected-to-be-one-of-25-storytellers-at-boston-innovation-event.html ) – https://www.prlog.org/12593092-scott-cooper-world-patent-marketing-face-devastating-challenge-in-time-travel-development-field.html#. Because the value of Mallett’s research is demonstrably vacuous, and as part of my marketing campaign, that was going to be a key aspect of my strategy (classic – “you don’t want Brand X”) he and Scott Cooper would have no defense against the relentless onslaught of real developments, new information, public demonstrations, books and TV specials. That onslaught has already begun and will be gaining momentum.

I’m only glad that the sale of Time Travel X has been halted but I have no idea how many people already bought it at $799 a unit. The sales were moved under the World Patent Marketing corporate structure from the Time Travel Technologies, LLC (which was the joint operation between Cooper and Mallett) – before the FTC struck. Time Travel Technologies, LLC, was allowed to expire at the Florida Secretary of State’s office, last year. So those records are part of the World Patent Marketing mess, which still has to be figured out.

I was told by an attorney, at the FTC, that Cooper admitted in a deposition that there was really no intention of making a time machine but to capitalize on so-called “alternative technologies” that would be spin-offs from the research, (which I know is B.S.) which is not what Time Travel X was marketed for, as you will see. This proves my allegations of fraud and misrepresentation ( see https://www.prlog.org/12558716-time-travel-theoretical-commodity-looks-like-scam-marshall-barnes-says.html# ). Mallett knows that I have publicly called him the biggest fraud in the history of physics and the reason he hasn’t challenged me, or threatened to sue for defamation, is because he knows I can prove it, and I will do so in a flash under oath – with relish, (and the truth is the defense against defamation), and I have already begun to prove what a fraud he is, in public. It’s having an effect. Already the African American Registry has completely removed his profile page where he had been listed as a “Time Travel Scientist” (see http://www.aaregistry.org/historic_events/view/ronald-mallett-scientist-time-travel ) . When they found out the truth, they wiped out his page completely, not just delete the part about his bogus time travel research accomplishments (see https://web.archive.org/web/20150304223958/http://www.aaregistry.org/historic_events/view/ronald-mallett-scientist-time-travel ).

Mallett is the absolute worst thing that has happened to time travel research and the exposure of the financial fraud, that he and Scott Cooper tried to perpetuate, would put a major mark against the field, which is why I’ve stepped up and will try to help, once any victims have been identified, to show that there is validity to real, active research in that area and it will not become a front for scam artists.

This story, of how far Scott Cooper was willing to take his scams and seeing a fellow scam artist in the famous Ronald Mallett, is the real back story to this whole affair. The truth is, they scammed each other – Mallett into getting Cooper to believe his B.S. based on the success of Mallett’s PR hype at that point, and conning the media, and Cooper into getting Mallett to believe that he knew what he was doing in regards to getting the big dollars that would make a difference. Both fooled themselves into believing that I was going to let them get away with it and had no ability to compete in the face of their united front. They were wrong.

Sincerely,

Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng
http://lanyrd.com/profile/paranovation/bio

> Sent: Monday, June 05, 2017 at 7:59 PM
> From: “thought of infinity” <to.infinity@publicist.com>
> To:@engineer.com
> Subject: Fw: From Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
>
> > Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 7:03 PM
> > From: attorney.general@myfloridalegal.com
> > To: @PUBLICIST.COM
> > Subject: From Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi
> >
> > Dear Mr. Gap,
> >
> > This is to follow up on your telephone call and email to the office of
> > Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi regarding World Patent Marketing.
> >
> > We appreciate the time and effort you took in bringing your concerns to
> > our attention. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued the following
> > news release regarding World Marketing Patent:
> >
> >
> > https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2017/03/ftc-halts-invention-promotion-scheme-charged-bilking-millions
> >
> > https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/cases-proceedings/172-3010/world-patent-marketing
> >
> > Because of their involvement with this case, I am forwarding your
> > correspondence to the FTC for review. You may follow up with this agency
> > at:
> >
> > Federal Trade Commission
> > 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest
> > Washington, D.C. 20580
> > Phone: (202) 326-2222
> > Toll-free: (877) 382-4357
> > Website: http://www.consumer.ftc.gov
> > Online complaint form: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov
> >
> > You may also wish to view the following web page about invention promotion
> > and patent businesses:
> >
> > http://www.uspto.gov/main/faq/
> >
> > Finally, individual citizens may bring a civil action through the courts
> > for damages, attorney’s fees and court costs under Florida’s Deceptive and
> > Unfair Trade Practices Act. Because our office is not at liberty to give
> > legal guidance to individual consumers, please consult a private attorney
> > to discuss your legal options. The Florida Bar offers a Lawyer Referral
> > Service toll-free at (800) 342-8060 or visit
> > http://www.floridabar.org/divpgm/lronline.nsf/wreferral6?OpenForm.
> >
> > Thank you for taking the time to make our office aware of your concerns.
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> > Crystal Fukushima
> > Office of Citizen Services
> > Florida Attorney General’s Office
> > PL-01, The Capitol
> > Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
> > Telephone: (850) 414-3990
> > Toll-free within Florida: (866) 966-7226
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> >
> > PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL. THIS ADDRESS IS FOR PROCESSING ONLY.
> >
> > To contact this office please visit the Attorney General’s website at
> > www.myfloridalegal.com and complete the on-line contact form. Again,
> > thank you for contacting the Office of the Florida Attorney General.
> > ________________________________________________________________________
> >
> >
> >
> > Posted Date:
> > From:
> > To:
> > Subject: Attention Amaura: Potential Violations of 817.06 by World
> > Patent Marketing, Scott J. Cooper and Ronald L. Mallett
> > Dear Amaura:
> >
> > The below report is being sent to you for Marshall Barnes, whom you
> > discussed this with last week –
> >
> > Of Special Note: A PDF version of this email document is attached, which
> > may make it easier to share and maintain the formatting as intended.
> >
> > The following report is for review by any and all agencies of the State of
> > Florida, with authority and or per view, over matters dealing with the use
> > of misleading information in advertising and public statements designed to
> > commercially acquire funds from the general public for a product and or
> > cause that is demonstrably false, demonstrably contrived to deceive, and
> > demonstrably the product of a conspiracy to commit those acts.
> >
> > To expedite the understanding of the possible violations this report
> > contains, you can advance down to Exhibit #5-#7. Exhibits #1-#4 provide the
> > evidence for a pattern of behavior that then manifests in full as possible
> > violations in Exhibits #5-#7. Thus the evidence for deliberate and
> > premeditated violations of 817.06.
> >
> > For the purposes of transparency, the following report contains data
> > acquired and aggregated by a competitor to the principals accused in the
> > following report but not in the area in which any questions are raised
> > concerning violations of the law. Specifically, there is no competition
> > over the ability to commercially acquire funds from the general public in
> > the manner that is the sole focus of the principals in question.
> > Furthermore, 100% of the allegations against the principals involved are
> > based on their own statements, issued in person in public, in press
> > interviews, in advertisements, in press releases and in promotional videos.
> > All sources for the information and statements will be identified by links
> > to the actual documentation itself, so that there is no question as to the
> > validity of the allegations.
> >
> > Furthermore, it is to be understood that this report is not a tool to gain
> > a competitive edge on the part of the competition of the principals cited
> > herein, but to avoid the collateral damage that is certain to be suffered
> > by those who were taken in by the false and misleading advertising engaged
> > in by those principals who in fact, have no other business model but
> > pretending to have intellectual properties and innovative technologies that
> > are demonstrably, nonexistent, and impossible for them to achieve.
> >
> > In addition, it should be noted that Exhibits #1 through#4 are not actually
> > potential violations of the law, in and of themselves, but establish a
> > pattern of behavior that is part and parcel of Exhibits #5, #6 and #7 which
> > may be considered direct violations of the law. In other words, the intent
> > to violate the law is soundly established by the blatant utilization of
> > falsehoods in those first three Exhibits, which are then finally utilized
> > in a manner that could be a violation of the law because the effort to
> > solicit money from the public, using those false and misleading statements,
> > is finally executed in Exhibits #5, #6 and #7.
> >
> > The law in question is the following:
> >
> > 817.06 Misleading advertisements prohibited.
> >
> > “(1) No person, persons, association, copartnership, or institution shall,
> > with intent to offer or sell or in anywise dispose of merchandise,
> > securities, certificates, diplomas, documents, or other credentials
> > purporting to reflect proficiency in any trade, skill, profession, credits
> > for academic achievement, service or anything offered by such person,
> > persons, association, copartnership, corporation, or institution directly
> > or indirectly, to the public, for sale or distribution or issuance, or with
> > intent to increase the consumption or use thereof, or with intent to induce
> > the public in any manner to enter into any obligation relating thereto, or
> > to acquire title thereto, or any interest therein, or ownership thereof,
> > knowingly or intentionally make, publish, disseminate, circulate or place
> > before the public, or cause, directly or indirectly, to be made, published,
> > disseminated or circulated or placed before the public in this state in a
> > newspaper or other publication or in the form of a book, notice, handbill,
> > poster, bill, circular, pamphlet or letter or in any other way, an
> > advertisement of any sort regarding such certificate, diploma, document,
> > credential, academic credits, merchandise, security, service or anything so
> > offered to the public, which advertisement contains any assertion,
> > representation or statement which is untrue, deceptive, or misleading.”
> >
> > In the following account, of the activities in question, those portions of
> > the law that may have been violated, will be placed in {} for a clear
> > identification and assessment. Due to the complex and scientific nature of
> > the information behind these activities, there will be no discussions
> > explaining the scientific validity of any of them, beyond the statements of
> > the principals themselves. In this regard, this report will only deal with
> > matters of fact and facts that will be evidentiary on their face.
> >
> > The activities and principals are as follows:
> >
> >
> > World Patent Marketing, (Principal #1) a corporation residing in Miami,
> > Florida has engaged in activity that may be covered under the above
> > mentioned statute, 817.06 ”Misleading advertisements prohibited”.
> > Specifically, World Patent Marketing, under the apparent direction of CEO
> > Scott J. Cooper (Principal #2) issued the following press releases, the
> > purpose it was to establish the narrative for a fund raising effort for
> > Ronald Mallett (Principal #3) based on nonexistent research and time
> > machine development, to follow later.
> >
> > EXHIBIT #1
> >
> > Dr. Ronald Mallett, Famous “Time Machine” Professor, Joins World Patent
> > Marketing Advisory Board
> > https://worldpatentmarketing.net/ronald-mallett-2/
> >
> > The statements in question within are:
> >
> > 1.”Professor Ronald Mallett is on the verge of creating the first working
> > “time machine.”. {No person, persons, association, copartnership, or
> > institution shall, with intent to offer or sell or in anywise dispose of
> > merchandise, securities, certificates, diplomas, documents, or other
> > credentials purporting to reflect proficiency in any trade, skill,
> > profession, credits for academic achievement, service or anything offered
> > by such person…}
> >
> > In this case, World Patent Marketing is using the title of Ronald Mallett
> > (Principal #3) as a professor, to sell the idea he is on the “verge of
> > creating the first working time machine”. At the time this release was
> > issued (November 6, 2015) Ronald Mallett was not only not close to
> > inventing anything, he had lost the race to build the first time machine
> > two years earlier (see
> > https://www.prlog.org/12247224-marshall-barnes-wins-the-race-against-ronald-mallett-to-create-the-1st-time-machine.html
> > ). Furthermore, within 10 days of the press release, PBS NewsHour published
> > an article in which Mallett stated that, in regards to the concept of
> > twisting time, via his approach, it would take “an enormous amount of
> > energy. I mean a huge amount of energy, like stellar quantities,”. That, on
> > its face, precludes any conception that Mallett is on the verge of building
> > any kind of time machine, let alone the first.
> >
> > 2. “And it is being taken very seriously by academic researchers around the
> > world.” {No person, persons, association, copartnership, or institution
> > shall, with intent to offer or sell or in anywise dispose of merchandise,
> > securities, certificates, diplomas, documents, or other credentials
> > purporting to reflect proficiency in any trade, skill, profession, credits
> > for academic achievement, service or anything offered by such person…}
> >
> > In this case, the statement is false and misleading. By citing “academic
> > researchers around the world” it gives the appearance that Mallett’s theory
> > is accepted by academic experts in the field of theoretical physics. The
> > fact is, it is not. According to this video, Final Ron Mallett Time
> > Traveler, (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghPHiWt8xjc), at 1:09 on the
> > video counter the narrator states, “Professor Chandra Roychoudhuri has been
> > working with Mallett but seems skeptical about the possibility of time
> > travel…”. So this is a scientist working with Mallett *directly* who
> > isn’t sure about Mallett’s work!
> >
> > According to Wikipedia.org (see
> > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_Mallett under “Criticism”) physicists
> > Ken Olum and Allen Everett are noted for publishing objections to Mallett’s
> > theory for which he has failed to respond in full, J. Richard Gott is
> > credited for pointing out another critical flaw which caused Mallett to
> > withdraw a portion of his theory, and in a private conversation with author
> > David Toomey, Marshall Barnes, the internationally noted research and
> > development engineer and conceptual theorist, was told that Stephen Hawking
> > and Kip Thorne thought, “Mallett’s work is poor”. Marshall subsequently
> > emailed Thorne (knowing that Hawking rarely answers any emails) with a test
> > to see if Thorne responded emotionally to a question about Mallett’s theory
> > Marshall sent the following email:
> >
> > On Feb 6, 2013, at 1:02 PM,
> >
> > Dear Professor Thorne:
> >
> >
> > I was wondering about your thoughts on Ronald Mallett’s work on time travel
> > issues, since that is an area in which you have some recognition. Do you
> > feel there is any chance of his overcoming the energy requirements with his
> > ring laser design, in order to get the proper gravitational effect that
> > would result in warping time into closed time-like curves, even on a scale
> > that would simply allow particles to travel backward to the moment his
> > device becomes a time machine?
> >
> > I look forward to your response.
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> >
> > Marshall Barnes
> >
> >
> > 2/6/13 at 5:03 PM
> >
> > From:
> > Kip S. Thorne
> >
> > No.
> >
> > _____
> >
> > Furthermore, Marshall Barnes, Mallett’s sole competition, wrote the
> > definitive paper, destroying the validity of both his design, his
> > understanding of both the design and the physics it would require and his
> > ability to even comprehend the true nature of the subject at hand.
> > Published at the pre-print site, Academia.edu, dated October 15th, 2015 as
> >
> > RING LASERS, CLOSED TIMELIKE CURVES, CAUSALITY VIOLATION AND THE TOTAL
> > DESIGN FAILURE OF RONALD MALLETT’S TIME MACHINE OF SPACE-TIME TWISTING BY
> > LIGHT (see
> > https://www.academia.edu/19662264/RING_LASERS_CLOSED_TIMELIKE_CURVES_CAUSALITY_VIOLATION_AND_THE_TOTAL_DESIGN_FAILURE_OF_RONALD_MALLETTS_TIME_MACHINE_OF_SPACE-TIME_TWISTING_BY_LIGHT
> > ) it is a devastating rebuke whose abstract reads:
> >
> > “In this paper it will be proved conclusively that aside, from issues with
> > meeting energy requirements demanded by Einstein’s General Relativity and
> > other issues to create a time machine using rotating ring lasers (topics
> > already covered by Olum, Everett, Gott, et al) there are key and critical
> > issues that will cause the failure of Ronald L. Mallett’s time machine
> > design, both in function and expectation of the effect, that it would cause
> > in spacetime. These issues are part and parcel of Mallett’s approach to
> > time travel philosophically and thus not only dispel any notion of his
> > design ever working, but also any notion that Ronald Mallett has anything
> > more, than the most pedestrian conceptual understanding, to ever create a
> > working time machine. With such respect, it is not possible, if left to his
> > own devices, that Ronald Mallett will ever make a functioning time machine
> > of any kind or description. Furthermore, the author knows and has discussed
> > a number of related issues with Ronald Mallett, so this paper is not
> > produced from a detached place of observation but with intimate knowledge
> > of the subjects at hand.”
> >
> > In addition, these “academics from around the world” have never been
> > identified by World Patent Marketing, Scott J. Cooper or Ronald Mallett.
> > Later, (in Exhibit #4) establishing a pattern of behavior of deception in
> > this area, evidence will be presented as to how World Patent Marketing
> > created a deceptive portion of a video promo, that fraudulently infers that
> > scientists from around the world support Mallett’s time machine concept.
> >
> >
> > 3. “One thing is for certain, Professor Ronald Mallett is the man to do
> > it.” {the same statute portion as previously cited). On its face, in light
> > of the evidence presented so far, this statement is a false and baseless.
> >
> > 4.”World Patent Marketing has taken an interest in the hotly contested race
> > to create the first time machine, and have placed their bets on Ronald
> > Mallet.”
> >
> > This statement is more evidentiary as opposed to being evidence of
> > violations. It establishes, however, that World Patent Marketing and Scott
> > J. Cooper *knew about the competition between Marshall Barnes and Ronald
> > Mallett* and thus that Mallett *had lost* because there was no other hotly
> > contested race to build a time machine in the world! In the meantime,
> > Marshall Barnes had been presenting his machine, the Verdrehung Fan, which
> > opens micro wormholes into which radio waves and infrared pulses disappear,
> > across the country (see
> > https://www.prlog.org/12247224-marshall-barnes-wins-the-race-against-ronald-mallett-to-create-the-1st-time-machine.html
> >
> > https://www.prlog.org/12365180-new-scientist-article-reveals-data-that-supports-marshall-barnes-presentation-at-mays-isdc.html
> >
> > https://www.prlog.org/12591460-marshall-barnes-proves-he-has-the-first-time-machine-in-the-world-at-heroes-and-games.html#
> >
> > https://www.prlog.org/12592744-marshall-barnes-launches-the-worlds-first-time-travel-development-effort-on-ground-zero.html
> > ) .
> >
> > 5. “This is incredibly exciting,” said Cooper…. “I am thrilled to welcome
> > Professor Ronald Mallett to our board, to help us take the field of physics
> > to its most cutting edge.”
> >
> > This is again, an evidentiary statement showing that Cooper and Mallett are
> > working together and that Cooper is using this relationship to create a
> > false impression. In fact, Mallett is incapable of helping World Patent
> > Marketing “take the field of physics to its most cutting edge” because
> > Ronald Mallett has never done anything in the field of physics that was
> > cutting edge. From his book, “Time Traveler: AScientist’s Personal Mission
> > To Make Time Travel A Reality”,
> >
> > “As a theoretical physicist, I learned long ago that I did not have the
> > aptitude for experimental work.” (first sentence, last paragraph, page
> > 165).
> >
> > These press releases are important because they establish, by their own
> > admission, the conspiracy between Scott J. Cooper and Ronald L. Mallett,
> > because they both knew that key elements of the narrative they were
> > promoting were false and without merit.
> >
> >
> > EXHIBIT #2
> > Press Release
> >
> > Dr. Ronald Mallett, Famous “Time Machine” Physicist, Joins World Patent
> > Marketing Advisory Board (November 9, 2015)
> > http://www.prweb.com/releases/worldpatentmarketing/ronald-mallett/prweb13072182.htm
> >
> >
> > 1. “According to academic journals and reports, Mallett is on the verge of
> > building the world’s first working time machine.” {No person, persons,
> > association, copartnership, or institution shall, with intent to offer or
> > sell or in anywise dispose of merchandise, securities, certificates,
> > diplomas, documents, or other credentials purporting to reflect proficiency
> > in any trade, skill, profession, credits for academic achievement, service
> > or anything offered by such person…}
> >
> > This statement is not only false, for reasons already presented, but
> > includes a new, additional falsehood – the inclusion of “academic journals”
> > into the narrative that Mallett is on the verge of building the world’s
> > first time machine. It is clear and obvious that the media has repeated his
> > exact story for the longer than the last 10 years, but there is not one
> > academic journal that has done the same, aside from the original piece in
> > New Scientist magazine in 2002, which although, it is a science magazine,
> > is not an academic journal that publishes peer reviewed papers. In fact,
> > New Scientist refers to itself as “New Scientist Magazine” (see
> > https://www.newscientist.com/help/#faq26). There no journal articles
> > supporting Mallett’s theory, just as there are no academic researchers
> > “around the world” taking his research seriously.
> >
> > 2. “This is incredibly exciting,” said Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative
> > Director of World Patent Marketing… “There is so much going on in
> > scientific research right now…and now theories that point to the real
> > possibility of time travel, it feels like we are on the edge of a new
> > frontier. I am thrilled to welcome Professor Ronald Mallett to our board,
> > to help us take the field of physics to its most cutting edge.” {No person,
> > persons, association, copartnership, or institution shall, with intent to
> > offer or sell or in anywise dispose of merchandise, securities,
> > certificates, diplomas, documents, or other credentials purporting to
> > reflect proficiency in any trade, skill, profession, credits for academic
> > achievement, service or anything offered by such person…}
> >
> > In no way possible is Ronald Mallett going to take World Patent Marketing
> > to the “most cutting edge”. Again, this statement was made in 2015 and he
> > has not made one improvement, development or progress of any kind, thus
> > establishing the pattern of behavior of baseless lies and false statements
> > on the part of both parties, over the last two years. In addition, Mallett
> > has even dropped the subject of time travel from his list of research
> > interests on his official University of Connecticut profile page (see
> > http://physics.uconn.edu/ronald-mallett/ as opposed to the older
> > http://www.phys.uconn.edu/~mallett/main/main.htm under “Primary Research
> > Interests” ).
> >
> >
> > EXHIBIT #3
> > World Patent Marketing tweet
> >
> > “Dr. Mallett will go back in time and possibly change the future
> > bit.ly/1HmHoTJ #ronaldmallett #timetravel #timemachine”
> >
> > https://mobile.twitter.com/WorldPatentMKTG/status/664730605255462912?p=v
> >
> > 1. This statement is an out and out lie. “Will go back in time” is a
> > statement that not even Mallett has ever made!
> >
> > 2. The tweet has a link to an article that appears to be from around from
> > 2007, and so is entirely outdated – yet it doesn’t even make that claim
> > that the World Patent Marketing tweet does. This is an important fact to
> > keep in mind – There is a history on Mallett’s part and the media, of
> > making claims that are baseless, twisting facts and making them up, prior
> > to Mallett becoming involved with World Patent Marketing. It could be
> > argued that Scott J. Cooper and World Patent Marketing, saw this pattern of
> > behavior, clearly endorsed and contributed to by Ronald Mallett, and
> > decided to continue it. World Patent Marketing and Scott J. Cooper’s
> > decision to follow suit, thus becomes evidence of conspiracy to then later
> > violate 817.06 by continuing that pattern of behavior together in an effort
> > to solicit funds from the public.
> >
> > EXHIBIT #4.
> > Florida Registration of Ronald Mallett as a party to Time Travel
> > Technologies, LLC
> >
> > 1. Both https://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2miryz/ronald-mallett and
> > https://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2mirx4/time-travel-technologies-llc show
> > Ronald Mallett as a “manager” or “principal”, which indicates that Ronald
> > Mallett is more than a mere beneficiary of any funds raised by this entity
> > and has a more integral role in the company. It should also be noted that
> > the company is listed as “inactive” yet, in Exhibits #5 they have just
> > recently launched the selling of a “theoretical commodity”, the Time Travel
> > X, for $799 per unit.
> >
> > Here is the actual page from the Florida Secretary of State’s web site,
> > verifying the above information –
> > http://search.sunbiz.org/Inquiry/CorporationSearch/SearchResultDetail?inquiryType=DocumentNumber&aggregateId=flal-l15000195662-5c47890e-0700-477c-b06a-eeebd9ddd281&directionType=Initial&searchNameOrder=TIMETRAVELTECHNOLOGIES%20L150001956620&searchTerm=L15000195662
> >
> >
> > In addition, this is the link to the Electronic Articles of Organization
> > for Florida Limited Liability Company under File Number L15000195662
> > showing the date of November 19, 2015, ten days after their first
> > announcement (see
> > http://search.sunbiz.org/Inquiry/CorporationSearch/ConvertTiffToPDF?storagePath=COR%5C2015%5C1124%5C40285854.tif&documentNumber=L15000195662
> > ). Under Article III, Other provisions, if any: it states, “Time Travel”.
> > Although Scott Cooper indicated at the bottom of the document, that he
> > understood that the filing of an annual report was required between January
> > 1st and May 1st of the following year, and every year there after, records
> > indicate that he failed to do so, rendering the “Inactive” determination on
> > the account to date.
> >
> >
> > EXHIBIT #5
> > Introduction of Funding Instrument Under False Pretenses {an advertisement
> > of any sort regarding such certificate, diploma, document, credential,
> > academic credits, merchandise, security, service or anything so offered to
> > the public, which advertisement contains any assertion, representation or
> > statement which is untrue, deceptive, or misleading}
> >
> > On March 15, 2016, Scott J. Cooper issued the following video (see
> > https://vimeo.com/176076385 ) with the following misleading and false
> > statements in it (see video counter markers per statement). After an
> > introduction, hyping the possibilities of time travel, the video then
> > states:
> >
> > 1. Beginning at 1:12 on the video counter – “World-renowned physicist,
> > author and scholar Dr. Ronald Mallett, believes time travel is possible,
> > perhaps in the next decade.” That is a demonstrable lie. Remember, the year
> > before, November 2015, Mallett was quoted by the PBS NewsHour that to twist
> > time would require “stellar quantities” of energy. Because this video is
> > not promoting the concept of time travel in general – by any other source,
> > this statement can not be interpreted as meaning anything else but time
> > travel through the efforts of Ronald L. Mallett himself. Furthermore, in an
> > article published by Yahoo! News, written by two months later, This
> > Scientist Is Building A Real Time Machine – And Thinks It Will Work, it
> > states, “Mallett believes physical time travel is impossible”(see
> > https://www.yahoo.com/news/this-scientist-is-building-a-real-time-machine-100204594.html
> > ). The statements that follow substantiate this perspective as they all
> > refer to Mallett, leading up to the next false statement –
> >
> > 2. Beginning at 1:33, “His program, Space-Time Twisting By Light (STL)
> > Project…has gained support from scientists… ” This statement is false
> > and unsubstantiated. Instead of gaining support, the disagreement with it
> > has mounted, now including J.R. Gott, Michio Kaku, Ken Olum, Allen
> > Everrett, Stephen Hawking, Kip Thorne and Marshall Barnes. Barnes even
> > wrote the most devastating paper attacking the design of Mallett’s idea
> > from an engineering and conceptual point of view prior to Mallett’s PBS
> > NewsHour confession, once again, predating the video in question by more
> > than a year. If the viewer is meant to be misled into thinking, Mallett has
> > a breakthrough, by the false statement of support of the science community,
> > in the next visual it leaves no doubt –
> >
> > 3. Beginning at 1:42 an ABC news report by Amanda Onion, and dated March 6,
> > appears on the screen with the statement “…and the news media”. While
> > nothing in the world can be more true than the fact that Mallett has
> > received unprecedented news coverage over more than the last 10 years – and
> > having accomplished nothing during said time period, none of those news
> > reports is shown. In fact, the one that appears on the screen, from ABC
> > News with the heading, “Scientists Explain Why Time Travel Is Possible” is
> > in fact not about Mallett nor how scientists support him. The article can
> > be found here (see http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=98062&page=1 )
> > and never mentions Mallett nor his theories. So it is clear that World
> > Patent Marketing placed that article there to support the false statement
> > that Mallett’s idea “has gained support from scientists” by causing it to
> > be seen by the unwary who may then assume that the time travel theory being
> > referred to by “scientists” is in fact, Mallett’s.
> >
> > 4. Beginning at 2:16, “World Patent Marketing has partnered with Dr. Ronald
> > Mallett…to make his vision a reality.” That statement may be true in
> > principle, but what that vision is, is in doubt. Is it time travel? How
> > could that be? Again, the PBS NewsHour admission that predates this video,
> > makes the statement impossible to fulfill and thus false. In fact, it has
> > now become apparent that since Mallett knows he can’t twist time, that he’s
> > now settling on trying to warp space to create faster communications (see
> > https://worldpatentmarketing.net/ronald-mallett/ ). Since that is not part
> > of the advertisements in question, that matter will be set aside. In
> > addition to that, once again fitting the pattern of misrepresentations and
> > lies on the part of Ronald Mallett, in the PBS NewHour article, previously
> > mentioned, It states,
> >
> > “However, twisting space may serve as the foundation for a warp drive.”
> >
> > Nowhere, in any literature on the subject does such an idea exist, since a
> > warp drive must contract space as it move through it – not twist it.
> > Mallett, in fact, was using that concept to make his work appear to still
> > be relevant now that he had to admit the time travel aspect was falling a
> > part. This proves that Mallett only had that one initial idea, and now that
> > it has appeared to be flawed, he has none other and appears incapable of
> > any other. Once again, making the statement on the part of Scott Cooper
> > that Mallett could take his company to the cutting edge of physics,
> > ridiculous on its face.
> >
> > 5. Beginning at 2:35, “Time Travel Technologies gives you the
> > opportunity…to fund research that will help make time travel
> > possible…and change the future.” This statement is false because, as
> > stated, Mallett doesn’t think physical time travel is possible, but that is
> > what is implied all throughout the video promo. There is also nothing in
> > Ronald Mallett’s research, which has not gone any further than it was in
> > 2007 or earlier, that will make time travel possible. Remember, the
> > advancements so far in time travel are already being made by his sole and
> > chief competitor, Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng. They include a special report
> > to select members of Congress (now a book) on time travel and its
> > implications, which resolved all of the related theoretical issues of often
> > cited (see http://www.blurb.com/b/5622324-paradox-lost-the-public-edition
> > ), the creation of the first time machine on a particle level, the
> > Verdrehung Fan, in 2012 (see
> > https://www.prlog.org/12365180-new-scientist-article-reveals-data-that-supports-marshall-barnes-presentation-at-mays-isdc.html
> > ), which opens micro wormholes that can theoretically be enlarged and
> > stabilized with enough power and the device scaled-up in size, the
> > development in progress of a machine based on Nikola Tesla’s design for a
> > wall of light and intelligent energy as well as his latest breakthrough – a
> > physical experiment using lasers that has proved that parallel universes
> > exist and would be the solution to any attempt at time travel to the past
> > (see
> > https://www.prlog.org/12601672-simulation-theory-gets-redone-by-research-of-marshall-barnes-rd-eng.html
> > ).
> >
> > This doesn’t include a number of research papers over the years that
> > Marshall has written, while Ronald Mallett hasn’t written one dealing with
> > time travel physics or theory. Mallett has nothing but his one idea which
> > he has now admitted, won’t get the job done. There is no practical research
> > that he has upon which to draw from, and to tell people that investing $799
> > will somehow fund time travel research is in principle, a despicable and
> > deliberate fraud, because Mallett has admitted that it will take millions
> > to even come close to really testing his idea (see
> > https://www.prlog.org/12479498-ronald-mallett-admits-time-machine-to-cost-ms-making-marshall-barnes-undisputed-time-travel-expert.html
> > ), that after at least $300,000 is spent on a feasibility study, which if
> > his theory is a good as is advertised, the feasibility study shouldn’t be
> > needed.
> >
> > This same video has been put on Youtube (see
> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WhJbolcVhI&index=5&list=PL1Z1xRkMpo-oRHd7g_-uk8sIN62xkVaBM
> > ) by World Patent Marketing
> >
> >
> >
> > EXHIBIT #6.
> > Statements by Ronald L. Mallett promoting violations of 817.06
> >
> > 1. Via Twitter, “Thanks for posting the World Patent Marketing video” (see
> > https://mobile.twitter.com/RLMallett/status/751455451880062976?p=v )
> >
> > The World Patent Marketing video in question is the one cited in Exhibit
> > #5. This proves that Ronald Mallett knew about efforts to promote said
> > video which contained false and misleading statements.
> >
> > 2. Via Twitter “@iosmacnstuff @DOCNYCfest for funding update
> > see:sfweekly.com/news/feature/t…”(see
> > https://mobile.twitter.com/search?q=%40iosmacnstuff+%40DOCNYCfest+for
> > +funding+update+see&s=typd&x=15&y=7 )
> >
> > This is Ronald L. Mallett promoting a link to a December 21, 2016 San
> > Francisco Weekly article that has a link to the TimeTravelX.com marketing
> > web site, proving Mallett’s direct involvement in the promotion of
> > advertising containing false and misleading statements in violation of
> > 817.06.
> >
> >
> > EXHIBIT #7.
> > The web site https://worldpatentmarketing.com/product/time-travel-x/ is the
> > new and functioning site selling the “theoretical commodity”, Time Travel X
> > for $799. {“an advertisement of any sort regarding such certificate,
> > diploma, document, credential, academic credits, merchandise, security,
> > service or anything so offered to the public, which advertisement contains
> > any assertion, representation or statement which is untrue, deceptive, or
> > misleading”}
> >
> > 1. “JOIN DR. RONALD MALLETT’S QUEST
> > Purchase Time Travel X Virtual Memberhip Units. This purchase will be
> > governed under the Time Travel X End User Licensing Agreement (EULA).
> >
> > Time Travel Technologies grew out of a desire to provide funding for World
> > Patent Marketing Advisory Board Member, Dr. Ronald Mallet. Dr. Mallet is atheoretical physics professor at the University of Connecticut who has been
> > developing a ‘time machine.’ Don’t get too wildly excited, his model won’t
> > be sending humans back to the Jurassic any time soon”.
> >
> > The advertisement states that “Dr. Mallett is a theoretical physicist at
> > the University of Connecticut who has been developing a time machine.” That
> > is a lie. He has not ben developing a time machine. As stated earlier, he
> > has given up and described to PBS NewsHour that it would take enormous
> > amounts of energy to twist time Also, this is the first time that any
> > acknowledgment of the limitations of Mallett’s idea have been mentioned.
> >
> > “Mallet’s time machine is designed to test a hypothesis that arises from
> > Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, which predicts time loops for
> > atomic particles. Mallet intends to send the subatomic particles,
> > neutrinos, forward in time.”
> >
> > This statement is both inaccurate and confusing. Notice it says that
> > “Mallett intends to send the subatomic particles, neutrinos, forward in
> > time.” They are in fact neutrons not neutrinos and he wants to send them to
> > the past, not future.
> >
> > “Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing,
> > proposed creating a theoretical commodity exchange tied to the price of
> > Bitcoin, that would act as alternative currency and provide funding for Dr.
> > Mallet’s project. Thus Time Travel Technologies came into being. Soon, you
> > will be able to buy and sell ‘minutes’ on the exchange”.
> >
> > Regardless of how World Patent Marketing structures it, the Time Travel X
> > commodity only has a value as it is perceived as being connected to the
> > research of Ronald Mallett and his prospects of creating a time travel
> > breakthrough. If that was not the case, people would just buy Bitcoins.
> > Remember, in the video promo at 2:35 on the counter, it states, “Time
> > Travel Technologies gives you the opportunity…to fund research that will
> > make time travel possible…and change the future.” and that is a lie. At
> > 2:57 in the same video, it states, Time Travel Technology accepts Bitcoin
> > as payment into travel research.” Finally, beginning at 3:27 it states,
> > “Create your own future..And help make science fiction science fact.”
> >
> > Once it becomes apparent that it is impossible for Ronald Mallet to do
> > anything that he has been advertised for, the value of the Time Travel X
> > commodity will collapse because no one else will want to fund him. After
> > all, that is the advertised purpose of the Time Travel X commodity – to
> > fund Mallett’s time travel developments.
> >
> > To be sure there is no misunderstanding, in as far as the talents and
> > abilities in the field of time travel research, as promoted by the media
> > are untrue, here is a segment from the beginning of Mallett’s career as a
> > time travel fraud, a documentary called, The World’s First Time Machine (of
> > course he didn’t actually have one…).
> > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbFxNcaJO_Y
> >
> > Beginning at 1:04 Then at 2:58 Mallett states, “As far as I’m concerned,
> > the paradoxes that people talk about are only going to be resolved after we
> > build the first time machine then we will know whether or not free will
> > enters into it, whether there’s multiple universes, or whether the universe
> > is determined. That’s going to have to be understood, experimentally”.
> >
> > However, Marshall Barnes not only proved that parallel universes would
> > resolve the paradox issue, he did so without needing a time machine, and
> > proved it with a physical experiment derived from a proposal first posited
> > by German astrophysicist, Rainer Plaga, which has been filmed and analyzed.
> > (see
> > https://www.prlog.org/12613870-new-similar-experiments-dramatically-achieve-rainer-plaga-suggestion-to-prove-parallel-universes.html
> > )
> >
> > There is no comparison between Mallett and Marshall. Mallett has been
> > trading on his name and the media’s willingness to hype his personal story,
> > while Marshall has been amassing a broad and significant area of
> > breakthroughs and projects, which he is now about to unleash on the world.
> >
> > Once it becomes widely known that Mallett has no such viable research
> > potential, and that all of the development action and breakthroughs are
> > happening with Marshall Barnes, that will be the end of the Time Travel X
> > commodity. Those who have already purchased it, under the blatant and
> > misleading promotions that have been utilized, may lose all of their money.
> >
> >
> > Conclusion
> >
> > These are the facts from which it can be determined by the State of Florida
> > if there have been violations of 817.06 and what actions should be taken.
> > If you have any questions, contact Marshall Barnes at 4th.d@engineer.com
> > who was instrumental in assembling this document, knows Ronald L. Mallett
> > personally, can attest to the accuracy of any further details, and is
> > willing to testify in court, if need be, as an expert witness.
> >
> >
> > Sincerely,
> >
> >
> > David Gap(See attached file: Potential Violations of 817.06 by World Patent
> > Marketing, Scott J. C

THIS IS WHAT HE DID WITH IT –  http://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/93558149-157.html  No mention of Mallett’s collusion, fraud, or misrepresentations! No mention of the report sent to the Florida AG’s Office! ALL OF IT COVERED-UP!

EVIDENCE: What CHUCK STROUSE, Editor of the Miami New Times Knew 
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2017 at 12:36 PM
From: “marshall barnes”
To: “Chuck Strouse”
Subject: Re: Scott Cooper & Ronald Mallett from Marshall Barnes

Dear Chuck:

Attached please find the report sent to the Florida AGs office and below the end of this message, a copy of the email that we received in response, telling us of the FTC investigation and how our report was forwarded to them. In his testimony during a deposition session with the FTC, Cooper admitted that they weren’t going to use the funds from the sale of Time Travel X for time travel research but “spin-off technologies” from the research, according to FTC attorney, James Evans. I know what they claim they were planning and it’s demonstrably B.S. That was what they were going after $500 million for (see http://www.motherlandmagazine.com/ronald-mallett/ in the paragraph under the heading – SO WHERE DO THINGS STAND RIGHT NOW? which includes commentary on his relationship with World Patent Marketing).

Here is the link to the paper (see https://www.academia.edu/33308409/The_Invalidation_of_the_Time_Travel_Physics_of_the_Ronald_L._Mallett_PhD_LOTART_Design_By_The_Rachel_Emily_and_Suzy_Experiments_of_Marshall_Barnes_R_and_D_Eng ) I wrote disproving LOTART and exposing Mallett’s lack of aptitude for this kind of research, supported by my reproducible experiments which he had publicly stated in the film, The World’s First Time Machine, wouldn’t be possible until a time machine was built. I didn’t need one, and if he had been a real scientist in this field, he would have known about Rainer Plaga’s suggestion from back in 1995 that what I ended up doing was possible. I’m differentiating between his legitimate PhD in theoretical physics and any suggestion that that means he understands advanced concept temporal mechanics. He’s never written a paper on the topic and doesn’t even list time travel as a subject of research anymore on his university page – http://physics.uconn.edu/ronald-mallett/.

Thanks, I’ll be in touch.

Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng

EVIDENCE: What BRITTANY SHAMMAS Knew
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2017 at 3:44 PM
From: “marshall barnes”
To: “Brittany Shammas”
Subject: Re: Scott Cooper & Ronald Mallett from Marshall Barnes

Dear Brittany:

Great talking with you! Attached please find 3 screen grabs showing that WPM was involved in offering Time Travel X units for $799.00, that Mallett himself tweeted to thank someone for promoting the promotional video about it (that constitutes the promotion of misleading advertising) and a tweet from a WPM representative promoting Time Travel Technologies and WPM video (now removed – BUT HERE IT IS – on Vimeo https://vimeo.com/176076385 )

Here’s the breakdown of what’s wrong with that video (from the report to the Florida AG):

On March 15, 2016, Scott J. Cooper issued the following video (see https://vimeo.com/ 176076385 ) with the following misleading and false statements in it (see video counter markers per statement). After an introduction, hyping the possibilities of time travel, the video then states:

1. Beginning at 1:12 on the video counter – “World-renowned physicist, author and scholar Dr. Ronald Mallett, believes time travel is possible, perhaps in the next decade.” That is a demonstrable lie. Remember, the year before, November 2015, Mallett was
quoted by the PBS NewsHour that to twist time would require “stellar quantities” of energy. Because this video is not promoting the concept of time travel in general – by any other source, this statement can not be interpreted as meaning anything else but time travel through the efforts of Ronald L. Mallett himself. Furthermore, in an article published by Yahoo! News, written by two months later, This Scientist Is Building A Real Time Machine – And Thinks It Will Work, it states, “Mallett believes physical time travel is impossible”(see https://www.yahoo.com/news/this-scientist-is-building-a-real-time- machine-100204594.html ). The statements that follow substantiate this perspective as they all refer to Mallett, leading up to the next false statement –

2. Beginning at 1:33, “His program, Space-Time Twisting By Light (STL) Project…has gained support from scientists… ” This statement is false and unsubstantiated. Instead of gaining support, the disagreement with it has mounted, now including J.R. Gott, Michio Kaku, Ken Olum, Allen Everrett, Stephen Hawking, Kip Thorne and Marshall Barnes. Barnes even wrote the most devastating paper attacking the design of Mallett’s idea from an engineering and conceptual point of view prior to Mallett’s PBS NewsHour confession, once again, predating the video in question by more than a year. If the viewer is meant to be misled into thinking, Mallett has a breakthrough, by the false statement of support of the science community, in the next visual it leaves no doubt –

3. Beginning at 1:42 an ABC news report by Amanda Onion, and dated March 6, appears on the screen with the statement “…and the news media”. While nothing in the world can be more true than the fact that Mallett has received unprecedented news coverage over more than the last 10 years – and having accomplished nothing during said time period, none of those news reports is shown. In fact, the one that appears on the screen, from ABC News with the heading, “Scientists Explain Why Time Travel Is Possible” is in fact not about Mallett nor how scientists support him. The article can be found here (see http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=98062&page=1 ) and never mentions Mallett nor his theories. So it is clear that World Patent Marketing placed that article there to support the false statement that Mallett’s idea “has gained support from scientists” by causing it to be seen by the unwary who may then assume that the time travel theory being referred to by “scientists” is in fact, Mallett’s.

4. Beginning at 2:16, “World Patent Marketing has partnered with Dr. Ronald Mallett…to make his vision a reality.” That statement may be true in principle, but what that vision is, is in doubt. Is it time travel? How could that be? Again, the PBS NewsHour admission that predates this video, makes the statement impossible to fulfill and thus false. In fact, it has now become apparent that since Mallett knows he can’t twist time, that he’s now settling on trying to warp space to create faster communications (see https:// worldpatentmarketing.net/ronald-mallett/ ). Since that is not part of the advertisements in question, that matter will be set aside. In addition to that, once again fitting the pattern of misrepresentations and lies on the part of Ronald Mallett, in the PBS NewHour article, previously mentioned, It states,
“However, twisting space may serve as the foundation for a warp drive.”

Nowhere, in any literature on the subject does such an idea exist, since a warp drive must contract space as it move through it – not twist it. Mallett, in fact, was using that concept to make his work appear to still be relevant now that he had to admit the time travel aspect was falling a part. This proves that Mallett only had that one initial idea, and now that it has appeared to be flawed, he has none other and appears incapable of any other. Once again, making the statement on the part of Scott Cooper that Mallett could take his company to the cutting edge of physics, ridiculous on its face.

5. Beginning at 2:35, “Time Travel Technologies gives you the opportunity…to fund research that will help make time travel possible…and change the future.” This statement is false because, as stated, Mallett doesn’t think physical time travel is possible, but that is what is implied all throughout the video promo. There is also nothing in Ronald Mallett’s research, which has not gone any further than it was in 2007 or earlier, that will make time travel possible. Remember, the advancements so far in time travel are already being made by his sole and chief competitor, Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng. They include a special report to select members of Congress (now a book) on time travel and its implications, which resolved all of the related theoretical issues of often cited (see http://www.blurb.com/b/5622324-paradox-lost-the-public-edition ), the creation of the first time machine on a particle level, the Verdrehung Fan, in 2012 (see https://www.prlog.org/12365180-new-scientist-article-reveals-data-that-supports- marshall-barnes-presentation-at-mays-isdc.html ), which opens micro wormholes that can theoretically be enlarged and stabilized with enough power and the device scaled-up in size, the development in progress of a machine based on Nikola Tesla’s design for a wall of light and intelligent energy as well as his latest breakthrough – a physical experiment using lasers that has proved that parallel universes exist and would be the solution to any attempt at time travel to the past (see https://www.prlog.org/12601672- simulation-theory-gets-redone-by-research-of-marshall-barnes-rd-eng.html ).
This doesn’t include a number of research papers over the years that Marshall has written, while Ronald Mallett hasn’t written one dealing with time travel physics or theory. Mallett has nothing but his one idea which he has now admitted, won’t get the job done. There is no practical research that he has upon which to draw from, and to tell people that investing $799 will somehow fund time travel research is in principle, a despicable and deliberate fraud, because Mallett has admitted that it will take millions to even come close to really testing his idea (see https://www.prlog.org/12479498-ronald- mallett-admits-time-machine-to-cost-ms-making-marshall-barnes-undisputed-time- travel-expert.html ), that after at least $300,000 is spent on a feasibility study, which if his theory is a good as is advertised, the feasibility study shouldn’t be needed.

This same video has been put on Youtube (see https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=2WhJbolcVhI&index=5&list=PL1Z1xRkMpo-oRHd7g_-uk8sIN62xkVaBM ) by World Patent Marketing
_________________________________________

Here’s another outrageous statement coming from WPM on Twitter – https://mobile.twitter.com/WorldPatentMKTG/status/664730605255462912?p=v

So, I think this will be good for a while, along with everything else you already have. You can see at a glance that Mallett and Cooper were lying and misrepresenting facts, all the time.

I’ll put together some talking points in relation to my own research, that you can use as a comparison about what’s really going on and why, that you’ll have on Monday when you get in. Also remember to check in on that judge on Monday.

Thanks,

Marshall

THIS IS WHAT BRITTANY AND CHUCK STROUSE DID WITH IT – http://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/world-patent-marketing-scam-took-millions-of-dollars-from-inventors-9605870 No mention of Mallett’s collusion, fraud, or misrepresentations! No mention of the report sent to the Florida AG’s Office! ALL OF IT COVERED-UP!
Worse yet Brittany and Chuck allowed Mallett to paint himself as a victim when they reveal that he was paid $5,000 and didn’t lose a dime! Brittany also continued to refer to Mallett as a time travel researcher and scientist when she knew that that was lie! He isn’t!

This is the height of hypocrisy – In the same story where Brittany talks about all the people that lost thousands of dollars, sometimes their life savings, she reports that “Mallett was promised funding for his time-travel research and paid $5,000” and she has the unmitigated gall to portray him as a victim because he didn’t get the funding for his nonexistent research. “Time-travel researcher Mallett says much the same: “I was hoping to get money for my research. I didn’t get any money, I was disappointed, and I resigned.””

 Brittany didn’t have to even mention Mallett if she wasn’t going to tell the truth but no – she did and lied everytime. 9th paragraph in, she referred to him as “time travel scientist, Ronald Mallett” when there is no such evidence that he is one. How could he be when he’s never written a single paper on time travel science, he’s admitted that his theory won’t work, and he’s never done any experiments? These are all things that Brittany knew, after she talked with me several times for hours at a time, mostly about time travel science.
So she and the editor of The Miami New Times, not only obfuscated the truth about Mallett’s involvement – their propagated the lie that he’s a time travel scientist/researcher when that’s a part of his fraud and that he is some kind of victim, which he’s not. 
 

Hello Everyone, Yesterday, July 4, was the official project launch announcement for Time Travel Technologies. The World Patent Marketing promotional video for the project can be seen at: http://timetravelx.com
In the coming months project developments will be announced.

Time Travel Technologies Day(s) : Hour(s) : Minute(s) : Second(s) Get Product Launch Updates What if Time Travel wasn’t just an idea? Time Travel X is a theoretical…
TIMETRAVELX.WPENGINE.COM
 (Fig. #2.  Copy of Ronald Mallett Facebook post promoting the Time Travel X theoretical commodity that was created for him by Scott J. Cooper of World Patent Marketing)
Evidence of FRAUD. A screen grab from the World Patent Marketing site where they had started to offer Time Travel X for the price of $799 per unit. However, the basis on which it was being offered was rife with lies, which the Florida AG’s office saw fit to send to the Federal Trade Commission.
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Open Letter To Spike Lee (from a fellow victim of Ronald L. Mallett)

Dear Mr. Lee:

I writing to inform you that the situation regarding Ronald Mallett, whose life story you purchased, has changed dramatically in a negative direction which will affect your ability to get a film on him produced unless there is a significant change made in the plot. In short, like men in many other areas of society, Dr. Mallett is now involved in a major scandal where-by the entire basis for his fame as a “time travel scientist” is collapsing because there was little to nothing for it to be based on. Furthermore, a pattern of lies, misrepresentation and more, has emerged guaranteeing that Mallett will become the greatest fraud in the history of physics. Already, the African American Registry and TEDxVienna have withdrawn their associations with him, as well as the energy drink, Hyperfizzics. More things are rapidly on the way. All of this is stemming from the fact that Ronald Mallett has been running a media scam that has finally gone a bridge too far – when he got involved with another con artist, Scott J. Cooper, who has since been shut down, along with his project with Mallett, by the FTC for fraud, misrepresentation, etc. Unfortunately, when you bought the rights to Mallett’s story, you became one of his victims.

Even the idea that he wanted to become a physicist so that he could build a time machine to see his father, is now being exposed. Like any con artist, who attempts to gain trust and or sympathy from his victim, Mallett used the death of his father for the same purpose, trusting that no one would question such a heart felt story. It even worked on you – however, it merely takes a close look, at a key part to his tale, for that father/son McGuffin to ring false. In his own book, which I know you have, check page 173 where he writes, “Why I didn’t see this sooner, I don’t know. Perhaps it was again a matter of being too close to the equations to see the big scheme of things. What it meant was that when the first time machine that could transport a human became operational, our descendants might be able to visit us, but we could never visit our ancestors.” Then on page 174, “I would not be able to use my time machine to see my father…My father was gone, and there was nothing I could do about it…” Notice, he didn’t say that he tried other ways, or anything else. Nope. He just quits with that one idea. Then again, on page 165 we get at least one clue as to why – “As a theoretical physicist I learned long ago that I did not have the aptitude for experimental work.” A first key to doing experimental work is knowing what means and methods would be required to do an experiment and that requires a full understanding of what the experiment is about. That’s where Mallett’s shortcomings in the theoretical area, insure his failure in the experimental ones.

But it’s worse than that – he hasn’t had any inclination to make a time machine for real after he started getting publicity and you can see the truth in his own words, here from The Altoona Mirror.

“I think I’ll always be seen as a pioneer,” said the Altoona area native and author of “Time Traveler: A Scientist’s Personal Mission to Make Time Travel a Reality.”

“I’m being recognized already in my lifetime, even if I don’t see the final time machine. That would be nice if I did, but that is not essential.”

So it would be “nice” to see the final time machine, but it’s not essential? I guess not, if all he wants is the fame for being a pioneer. But he’s not a pioneer as much as he is an imposter. His physics is flawed, proved by multiple scientists including me, and he’s been forced to admit the fact that it would take “stellar quantities” of energy to twist time using his model (see  https://www.prlog.org/12523508-pbs-newshour-interview-with-ronald-mallett-proves-marshall-barnes-allegations-of-fraud.html) which is invalidates the premise that he’s had a breakthrough! Let me put this way, Spike – you have as much of a chance of creating a time machine as Ronald Mallett does because there is zero science behind it and he just uses Einstein’s name as a smoke screen! But there’s more –

Now, this doesn’t mean that a time machine will be realized soon. I’m the theoretical guy. The experimental physicists will have to take on the daunting – and very expensive – role of testing my theory.  This year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. So although I don’t expect time travel to be a reality in my lifetime, I do consider my part in this process a fitting tribute to Einstein and a loving tribute to my father. 

That’s Mallett talking at the end of this articleand in this rare instance, he’s revealing the fact that he really doesn’t intend on using money to build a time machine, despite the fact that he’s taken thousands under that exact premise. No, he thinks that other physicists are going to have to do the “daunting and – very expensive” work testing his theory, which is the height of arrogance. No one in the physics world gives a damn about his theory and they won’t waste their time testing it. But what does that mean? It means that, as long as people talk about him allegedly having a breakthrough, that he gets what he really wants – FAME. That’s what he’s playing you as a sucker for.

So the entire premise of your film on him is now, a provable, demonstrable, lie. That he’s brilliant, figured out how to do a time machine, is now building one, and that he was motivated to do so in a desperate bid to see his father again. Over. Done. Fineto. I’m not going to belabor you with a lot of details beyond what I’ve done so far. If you care to see exactly the kind of man Ronald Mallett really is and is being exposed as, you can read A Critical Analysis of Ronald L Mallett, PhD: How Motherland Magazine Was Seduced By The “Crazy Professor” . The evidence is devastating, ready for court and will destroy Mallett legally if it’s ever presented during a trial – which is why he doesn’t sue me for defamation. He knows the defense against that is the truth, and he knows I can prove enough of what I say to have such a case dismissed and then launch a scorched earth counter suit, with no mercy. I’d do it too.

The bottom line is that Mallett’s story is a sham and he’s going down in flames now. If for some reason you were able to get a movie made, the way you originally intended, it would be panned as historically inaccurate and an homage to a man who only cared about fame, trading on the death of his father and scamming whomever he could, to get there, including you.

Seeing as how you were misled by the hype, to buy his life story, I will suggest this change in your script idea that will make it a more viable project than your original intention, and probably serve as a cautionary tale that will actually help some people – The Rise and Fall Of Ronald Mallett. I would strongly suggest Chiwetel Ejiofor as the lead part. As you know, he is an excellent actor and appears not too dissimilar to Mallett himself (and can be aged appropriately). Most importantly, he has the emotional range that would be required to accurately portray Mallett – from his struggles early on, to his rise in his career as the internationally known “time travel scientist” but also be able to show that darker side that Mallett has which I have seen several glimpses of myself – I actually know him and have suffered as one of his victims. Then of course, Chiwetel Ejiofor has the ability to portray Mallett in his increasing despair as everything that he gained from his fraudulent career starts crashing in around him, as it most certainly will, and has already begun so.

I know that you already have Ian Harnarine working on a script and I know about his background in physics, but from this quote of his, it’s pretty clear that he’s not qualified to be anywhere near a project on time travel – “The story is incredible and involves a lot of theoretical physics, but mostly it’s a father-son story. To me, it’s the perfect blend of science and heart.”  Aside from the fact that it is now apparent the father-son story is less than advertised, there isn’t a lot of theoretical physics to it and what’s there, in as far as time travel goes, is wrong and now outdated. There is a radical new paradigm shift in time travel science and Mallett was never on the cutting edge of time travel and has now admitted that he was wrong while a series of successful experiments over the last two years have wiped out any validity to his ideas.

Hey, it’s just a thought, since I can assure you, no studio is going to want to touch this property otherwise. If you don’t have the funding and a studio for it yet (how long’s it been? Since 2008?), you’ve missed the boat. I know for a fact that a series of career ending events are about to happen that will kill any interest in Mallett’s original story since it will be widely known that most of it is a lie. So, this, at least is an option. I can help you with details which you wouldn’t already have, or you can wait to see what comes out in the press and in my two upcoming books and any potential trial testimony that may occur involving World Patent Marketing. What I’m saying is that, I’m not claiming rights to the story of his down fall (outside of my own, original work), I’m causing it because of the damage he has done to me, other people and the field of serious time travel research, in general. This is something that is out of your control. I see you as a fellow victim and I’m merely suggesting a way to recoup your losses and make a profit, as was your original intent.

If you have any questions or want help on how to turn this set-back into a win for your property, I’ll be happy to hear from you. If you have any questions, you can contact me by my email. You can also listen to the exclusive scoop interview with Lorien Fenton, on the Fenton Perspective on Revolution Radio, Studio A, at 5 PM Pacific Standard Time and 8 PM EST at http://freedomslips.com/ on Monday night, the 29th of January.

 

Sincerely,

 

Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng

Open Letter To The American Institute of Physics: Center for History of Physics, Gregory A. Good, Director

Dear Mr. Good:

I’m writing this open letter to inform you that you may want to reconsider the promotion and distribution of the Bending Space and Time: Dr. Ronald Mallett and his Quest to Build A Time Machine  lesson plan based on Professor Ronald L. Mallett, of the University of Connecticut. You may not be aware of it but Professor Mallett has been involved in activities connected with attempted fraud, misrepresentation and has been caught lying in the press. Some of these activities involve a Federal Trade Commission investigation, as well as blatant misrepresentations of his research, which affects your lesson plan directly. These serious allegations are no joke, and the proof is in this letter.

Without further adieu, let me cut to the chase:

1. In November of last year, Mallett joined the advisory board of one Scott J. Cooper and his firm, World Patent Marketing (see http://www.prweb.com/releases/worldpatentmarketing/ronald-mallett/prweb13072182.htm  ).

2. 2015 Mallett formed a company with Cooper called Time Travel Technologies in Miami, FL (see  https://www.corporationwiki.com/p/2miryz/ronald-mallett  ). In 2016, Time Travel Technologies appears to have been absorbed into World Patent Marketing directly.

3. They then announced that they would fund his research (which is non-existent, see *) by selling a “theoretical commodity” called Time Travel X (see Fig. #1 graphic below) which would be linked to the value of Bit Coin, which is a lie. The only value that it would’ve had would be linked the value of Mallett’s research which is again, non-existent*. I’ll get to why, in a minute.

4. They then produced a video promo filled with false statements and misrepresentations, in violation of Florida law 817.06 prohibiting such advertisements. I reported this to the Florida AG’s office who then told me that my report had been sent to the FTC who was already starting to act against Cooper and WPM for fraud, misrepresentation, etc. This effectively killed Mallett and Cooper’s activities before they could be fully launched, although they had started making Time Travel X available for $799 (see Fig. #1 below)

(Fig. #1. A screen grab from a World Patent Marketing page that’s now been deleted by WPM attorneys, showing WPM had begun to offer Time Travel X for $799)

5. As it stands, Mallett could be forced to testify in a court of law, in regards to these activities in a number of civil actions already under way, including the FTC law suit that is going to trial later this year, in October. In public, Mallett is claiming to be a victim of WPM as well, however, I have attached a tweet (Fig. 3) and a Facebook post (Fig. 2) which shows Mallett directly promoting the promo video that was in violation of Florida law.

 

Hello Everyone, Yesterday, July 4, was the official project launch announcement for Time Travel Technologies. The World Patent Marketing promotional video for the project can be seen at: http://timetravelx.com
In the coming months project developments will be announced.

Time Travel Technologies Day(s) : Hour(s) : Minute(s) : Second(s) Get Product Launch Updates What if Time Travel wasn’t just an idea? Time Travel X is a theoretical…
TIMETRAVELX.WPENGINE.COM
 (Fig. #2.  Copy of Ronald Mallett Facebook post promoting the Time Travel X theoretical commodity that was created for him by Scott J. Cooper of World Patent Marketing)

(Fig. #3. July 8th 2016 tweet from Ronald L. Mallett promoting the World Patent Marketing video promoting purchase of Time Travel X )

This proves collusion with Cooper in attempting to defraud potential buyers, as well as the fact that Mallett has been lying to the media about being a victim. After all, the true victims of Scott Cooper and WPM, lost money. Mallett was paid $5,000 to be an advisory board member (see http://www.miaminewtimes.com/news/world-patent-marketing-scam-took-millions-of-dollars-from-inventors-9605870 6 paragraphs below photo of Brenda Wilcox who lost $13,000)  and would have benefited from his collusion with Cooper, according to what he told Ravina Rawal of Motherland magazine – to the tune of $500 millionif the FTC hadn’t stepped in (see http://www.motherlandmagazine.com/ronald-mallett/, about mid-way down, under, SO WHERE DO THINGS STAND RIGHT NOW? ). That proves that Mallett is willing to tell an out and out lie if it will save face. The fact that he has the audacity and unmitigated gall, to claim to be a victim, when some of WPM’s real victims lost their life savings, is nothing less than despicable. It also proves Mallett’s secret dark side – it’s all about him. “Poor me – my father died when I was 10”, “Poor me – my family was poor because of it”, “Poor me – I had to face racial discrimination”, “Poor me – I couldn’t figure out how to properly go back in time with my time machine idea”, “Poor me – I got $5,000 but not the $500 million I was promised, so I’M A VICTIM TOO!”

(Link to Sun-Sentinel video story that states that Mallett claims he didn’t get his WPM funding – http://www.sun-sentinel.com/93557858-132.html )

I want to emphasize that all of the above claims, prior to the FTC intervention, along with the supporting evidence, was sent to the Florida Attorney General’s office with the suggestion that it contained potential violations of Florida Law regarding misrepresentation and fraud in advertising, and subsequently they forwarded the report, in total, to the FTC who was shutting down World Patent Marketing for fraud and misrepresentation. Because the FTC was shutting down WPM and subsequently the project with Mallett, there was no need for the Florida AG’s office to act on its own, however, they would not have forwarded the report to the FTC if they hadn’t felt that it contained credible evidence connected to the FTC’s investigation.

*Now on to his “non-existent” research.

The pretense, that Ronald Mallett is any kind of time travel researcher or scientist, is a mockery of the highest order against those of us who are and have contributed significant information to the field. Ronald Mallett has done nothing but create a flawed and incomplete design for a time machine based on an error in his shoddy attempt to find solutions in Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. He now admits this, but I digress.

1. Ronald Mallett has never published a paper on time travel research. Not one. Check his web page. He published several papers which deal with various aspects of his idea on how to twist space and time using a circulating laser beam. That’s all. Those are about his invention ideas, not papers on time travel theory or concepts, showing that he lacks expertise in the area, and for good reason. He doesn’t have the mind for it. On page 153 in his book, Time Traveler, he states, in regards to his paper, Weak Gravitational Field of the Electromagnetic Radiation and a Ring Laser, that “This work represented my first breakthrough in time travel research. Although there was no mention of ‘time travel’ in the published paper, the research was a necessary stepping stone in my attempt to develop the theory and design for a man-made time machine based on a circulating beam of light”. However, designing a time machine that you think will produce a time travel effect doesn’t mean anything unless you know and understand the theories and physics of time travel and Ronald Mallett has shown repeatedly that he lacks that knowledge and the ability to even grasp it.

Case in point, in the 2002 documentary, The World’s First Time Machine, featuring him and his idea on time travel, Mallett states, in regards to parallel universes and paradoxes, “As far I’m concerned, the paradoxes that people talk about are only going to be resolved after we build the first time machine. Then we will know whether or not free will enters into it, whether there’s multiple universes or whether the universe is determined. That’s going to have to be understood experimentally.”

(at 1:57 on the video counter, Ronald Mallett makes the statement that proves he’s not a time travel scientist but just promoting his one idea for a time machine.)

 

Clearly, Mallett was completely ignorant of the 1995 research and subsequent 1997 paper published by the journal Foundations of Physics, of German astrophysicist Rainer Plaga, proposing a method whereby lasers, and ions in a magnetic trap, could be used to test for the evidence of parallel universes. A series of experiments, linking retrocausality to parallel universes as a solution to paradoxes has been done recently with similar results to those predicted by Plaga. The irony is, that if Mallett was actually doing serious time travel research, he would’ve known about Plaga’s work and seen the possibility of doing some kind of test and made the discovery – a real one, back in the late 1990s instead of pontificating, as if he were an expert, on TV, in 2002.

2. Although his claim to fame, which is the reason behind of the lesson plan in question, was that he found solutions in equations from Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity that would enable him to twist space and time into a loop – without tremendous energy requirements normally associated with such exotic activities, in fact, he didn’t. Since 2005, Ken Olum, Alan Everett, J.R. Gott and even Michio Kaku, have pointed out reasons why Mallett’s work was flawed. Although he made adjustments, based on Gott’s objections, even in his book he fails to address the ones from Olum and Everett. Kaku’s objections, which were not original, followed the book’s publication.

In the abstract of Olum and Everett’s paper, Can a circulating light beam produce a time machine?, it states, “In a recent paper, Mallett found a solution of the Einstein equations in which closed timelike curves (CTC’s) are present in the empty space outside an infinitely long cylinder of light moving in circular paths around an axis. Here we show that, for physically realistic energy densities, the CTC’s occur at distances from the axis greater than the radius of the visible universe by an immense factor. We then show that Mallett’s solution has a curvature singularity on the axis, even in the case where the intensity of the light vanishes. Thus it is not the solution one would get by starting with Minkowski space and establishing a cylinder of light.”

Furthermore, in my paper, The Invalidation of the Time Travel Physics of the Ronald L. Mallett, PhD LOTART Design by the Rachel, Emily and Suzy Experiments , I stated in the abstract, “The book, Time Traveler: A Scientist’s Personal Mission To Make Time Travel A Reality, makes the claim that Ronald L. Mallett, a professor at the University of Connecticut who has been  promoted the world over for the last 14 years as “being closer than ever” to building the first time machine, filed a provisional patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on July 2, 2003 although no such record can be found online. Using a description of the device from the alleged patent filing, it is determined that issues regarding causality and descriptions of its operation are inadequetly dealt with, indicating a deficiency with regard to any rigor that such a concept would demand in terms of the knowledge and comprehension of temporal mechanics.  Although this state of affairs is rampant in many theoretical physics papers, as will be shown, the fact that this is a technological claim on the part of Mallett, elevates the significance of both its relevance and the evidence for its deficiency. Now, a series of actual physical experiments by the author proves that the device described by Mallett would never work due explicitly to the physics of the conceptual structure on which it is based, and Mallett’s demonstration of not only a total and complete lack of comprehension of temporal geometry, but a stated position of disinterest until his device is built, which invalidates his reputation as a “time travel scientist”.

The crux of my criticism, which I proved, is devastating to the function of Mallett’s design under any circumstances. The simple fact that his design invokes CTCs, without any description of how they are to function, goes to the heart of determining if the device could ever do what is advertised. The stated disinterest comes, once again from Mallett himself –

Now, this doesn’t mean that a time machine will be realized soon. I’m the theoretical guy. The experimental physicists will have to take on the daunting – and very expensive – role of testing my theory.  This year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. So although I don’t expect time travel to be a reality in my lifetime, I do consider my part in this process a fitting tribute to Einstein and a loving tribute to my father. 

That very revealing quote comes from, the February 16, 2015 article,  Ron Mallett, UConn – Theories of Time Travel, the last paragraph – and clearly shows that inside his head he expects other physicists to “take on the daunting and very expensive role of testing his theory”. Wait a minute! What happened to his quest to build his time machine? What does that mean for the money that’s already been raised? In a moment of rare honesty, he’s saying – despite what he’s been telling the media, that he doesn’t expect time travel to be a reality in his lifetime! But what is it that he does expect? That “his part” will be a fitting tribute to Einstein! It proves what I’ve been saying about him for years now – that he’s in this for the fame, that he has no intention of building a time machine – just talking about it for exposure – and hasn’t for years now, and that he expects to be seen in line with Einstein for his non-existent “breakthrough”. That means the fund raising attempts he made with Scott Cooper would’ve been fraud since he really doesn’t see himself doing the real work at all and, contrary to the statements in their video promo, he doesn’t see time travel happening in his “lifetime”.

3. Finally, in November of 2015, Mallett admitted to Nsikan Akpan of PBS NewsHour (7th pp from the bottom) that it would take “stellar quantities” of energy to make his plan work. That effectively means it’s near impossible and puts his research in the highly theoretical category of Richard Gott’s cosmic strings, Kip Thorne’s wormholes and Frank Tipler’s Tipler cylinder. That is the complete opposite of what Mallett’s accomplishment was supposed to have been. His “breakthrough” was supposedly his discovery of how to twist time and space with a rotating laser array at normal power levels. However, Mallett still maintains a 501c3 project with the University of Connecticut to raise money for his twisting time and space into a loop and then launched the effort to do time travel based on his same research, with Cooper. That was one of the number of reasons their promo violated the law – it specifically said they could make time travel a reality based on Mallett’s research – research that was flawed and hadn’t advanced in nearly 20 years, not because it is hard – dramatic advancements have been made elsewhere. The evidence points to the fact that he wasn’t even trying. He was just concentrating on getting fame. More than that, in a legal deposition with the FTC, that FTC attorney James Evans related to me, Cooper admitted that the intent of the Time Travel X program wasn’t to make a time machine, but to market “spin-off” technologies in communication. Cooper, being no physicist, didn’t understand that Mallett’s idea for using his theory to “push space” to make faster communication possible makes no sense, since that would require a method to move space faster than light and Mallett has exhibited no understanding of how to do such a thing, which on its face appears to be impossible.  Below, he’s in a video promoted by the Lavin Agency which has promoted Mallett with many false statements and videos with misleading titles.

 

If it seems confusing that he would even suggest such a thing, it becomes easier to understand once you realize that nothing of substance that you’ve been told about him is true and this is starting to come to light. Facing the eventual discrediting of his theory of time travel, he desperately needed to have something from his theory that would still make it a “breakthrough” when in reality, it’s not. Why didn’t he just rethink it and go “back to the drawing board”? Because, sadly enough, he can’t. This was his one and only shot and he doesn’t have it in his head to do anything else but that one theory. He didn’t even try to after he realized that his theory wouldn’t enable him to do the thing that he claims is the all important reason he wanted to build a time machine in the first place – to go back in time and save his father’s life. Page 173 from his book, “Why I didn’t see this sooner, I don’t know. Perhaps it was again a matter of being too close to the equations to see the big scheme of things. What it meant was that when the first time machine that could transport a human became operational, our descendants might be able to visit us, but we could never visit our ancestors.” Then on 174, “I would not be able to use my time machine to see my father…My father was gone, and there was nothing I could do about it…” Notice, he didn’t say that he tried and tried other ways, or anything else. No. He just quits with that one idea. Then again, on page 165 we get at least one clue as to why – “As a theoretical physicist I learned long ago that I did not have the aptitude for experimental work.” A first key to doing experimental work is knowing what means and methods would be required to do an experiment and that requires a full understanding of what the experiment is about. That’s where Mallett’s shortcomings, in the theoretical area, insure his failure in the experimental ones. Mallett’s idea is based on the twisting of time and space into a loop, essentially a closed time-like curve. But exactly the nature of CTCs is open to debate within the physics community and furthermore, none have been seen anywhere. The overwhelming evidence so far is that they are simply mathematical graphs. Mallett never addresses what happens when the loop is complete and he invokes a series of such loops which he says will become like a slinky toy but provides zero descriptions on how closed loops are then going to open and then link together to form this spiral he then describes. In other words, right within his design he has a major hidden assumption that is critical to whether his idea will even work – aside from his now admitted problems with the energy requirements. 

4. Although he did apply for and received a provisional patent for his time machine design from the U.S. patent office in 2003, a fact which he used to gain credibility for the idea that he was “on the verge” of actually building it, in reality, he allowed that provisional patent to expire and never reported it to anyone, not even in his book that came out in 2006. On page 178 of his book, first paragraph he states, “The government granted a provisional patent for LOTART in August 2003”. He never says that he let it expire the following year, but the Patent office told me he did, in query ticket # 1 – 496122341, in published in my paper, The Invalidation of the Time Travel Physics of the Ronald L. Mallett, PhD LOTART Design By The Rachel, Emily and Suzy Experiments of Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng. That means he deliberately hid that he was never granted a full patent on his idea, relying instead on the assumption that people would have – that in fact, he was eventually granted that patent. This is but one of many examples of where Mallett routinely uses con artistry to project far greater accomplishments than he has achieved. And as I suggested, I have recently discovered a blatant example of someone fooled by this maneuver – “University of Connecticut professor of physics Dr. Ronald Mallett has developed and received a patent on his blueprint for a Time Travel Machine”. His lesson plan’s made up to use Ronald Mallett’s work to teach time travel physics like yours. I have also notified Dr. Mutegi that he has been “had”.

5. Mallett has recently removed the link, from the new UConn website where his faculty page is located, which went to his original personal page with all of the time travel related publicity, activities and recognitions. The original new page is archived here where you can see that the last line below his photograph is the URL for original web page. You can see as well, that on his new page, he makes no mention of time travel under his list of research topics. Quite odd, don’t you think, for a man who has become world famous as a “time travel scientist”? The reason he’s done this is because all of his misrepresentations and frauds are coming back on him now in the wake of the World Patent Marketing debacle. Both the African American Registry and TEDxVienna have deleted him from their sites, and long time supporters, Hyperfizzics, which used to promote that a percentage of their drink sales would be donated to his cause, have apparently dropped all mention of him from their web site. Ronald Mallett has become a poster boy for the number one rule any scientist should never forgetdon’t claim you have done something before you have. Since Mallett was featured on the cover of the May 19, 2001 issue of New Scientist magazine with the headline, Flashback: Introducing the World’s First Time Machine, he has received accolades based on nothing but pure hype. That was nearly 20 years ago and he’s just now mentioning that maybe, he can find a solution to going back before the time machine is created, from quantum mechanics. His career has been based on snowing people who believed the hype from that initial story from New Scientist and that includes the American Institute of Physics, Center of the History of Physics. However, once he went over the line with Cooper, as far as ethics and legality is concerned, the game changed, and the tide has turned against him and will become a tsunami before the end of this year.

Now, how this affects your lesson plan:

These following quotes are taken from the lesson plan in question and are now false on their face:

1.” Professor Ronald “Ron” Mallett is one of those few people who have delved into the world of Einstein and has spent his life working to make time travel a
reality.”

That is totally and completely FALSE. He certainly hasn’t done anything the last 15 years on time travel and as I have shown, he quit after he found one solution which he admits wouldn’t even accomplish his  asserted goal – going back to save his father’s life. Beyond that, there is no evidence that he has done any work on time travel.

2.  “Since that talk, he discovered a crucial limitation in his theory – though one could send a subatomic particle back in time with his machine, it
could travel no farther than the creation of that machine. ”

Right there is the so-called “roadblock” where Mallett chose to stop. The fact that he gave up and didn’t look for any other ways is sterling proof that he’s not a time travel scientist. Furthermore, as has been previously stated, he has never written any paper on time travel science, merely assuming that he understood the subject when in fact, his lack of understanding is what led to the criticism of his work by Olum, Everett, Gott, and Kaku. That means he can’t send a subatomic particle anywhere back in time because his machine design is flawed, as well as not meeting the energy requirements.

3. “Mallett did not give up, but instead continued his work. He carries on his research in time travel and his teaching at the University of Connecticut to
this day.”

Completely FALSE. He has given up and has shown no progress in his theories or thinking because there is nothing to report. This is one of the fundamental reasons that Ronald Mallett is a fraud. Might I remind you that he has never, ever, written a single paper addressing any of the issues of time travel in his entire career? NONE! What kind of scientist in any scientific discipline, does that? Now, he even hides his involvement on the official UConn web site. Furthermore, simply listening to the many interviews he has given over the years, on Youtube, shows that he has been saying the same things, over and over again, for years – with no mention of any progress in his work or any work that he may have done in the area of time travel. No, it’s all about his one, faulty idea for a time machine and his fake desire to see his father again. Below is just a sampling of the closed time-like curve that is Ronald Mallett’s never ending story of being on the verge of building a time machine:

 

April 2007

 

September 2007

September 2009

 

October 2012

 

 

April 2015

It’s always the same story with no evidence of new research!

Ronald Mallett is going to become the greatest disgrace in the history of physics. In your lessons, he’s painted as someone to look up to and learn from. I can’t control what you do with your educational materials, but I can promise you this – Mallett’s name and reputation is about to explode and go down in flames with the ensuing conflagration burning everyone and everything that stays associated with him, which is why organizations have already started cutting their ties, now. More will come, but the scandal will surpass the one over cold fusion because of the clear intent and active participation, in deliberate misrepresentation and fraud. The evidence you’ve seen so far is just skimming the tip of the proverbial ice berg. I simply didn’t want to belabor the obvious, but in fact, the evidence against Mallett far exceeds what I’ve shown you and it is of the quality that attorneys always hope for in use in courts of law. That’s why he’s made no effort to sue me for defamation, because he knows that I’m telling the truth and can and will prove it.

This is just a friendly advisory. As a STEM professional who was part of Scientific American’s 1000 Scientists in a 1000 Days program, as well as the Top Scientist for National Lab Day in 2009 and 2010, and a Grand Judge for the 2011 D.C. Science and Engineering fair, I’m sure you don’t want your STEM efforts to be linked to a man, who’s very reason you’ve made lesson plans based on him, is in the process of being exposed as a colossal con job on a grand scale, which your organization fell for.

If you have any questions you can email me. I’ll check and see if you still keep the lessons up, and report my findings during my next interviews following my appearance on the Fenton Perspective radio program on the Revolution digital radio network –  January 29th, just one of the many interviews that I’ll be giving as the Ronald Mallett scam collapses.

 

Sincerely,

 

Marshall Barnes R&D Eng

 

 

 

 

 

Open Letter To Jomo W. Mutegi, Ph.D.

Dear Dr. Mutegi:

 

I’m writing you in regards to your lesson plans that you offer based on the work of Ronald L. Mallett of the University of Connecticut. They have been offered through Teachers for Pay (see https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ron-Mallet-The-Time-Traveler-361631 ). 

“University of Connecticut professor of physics Dr. Ronald Mallett has developed and received a patent on his blueprint for a Time Travel Machine.”

This statement is false but I know why you believe that he does have a patent. It’s a part of his chicanery. In 2003 he did apply for a provisional patent.  Most people don’t know what that means. A provisional patent allows you to introduce an idea with protection, to the patent office, without filing a full patent. It gives you the same protection as a full patent but only for a year. By the time that year ends, you must submit a full patent application, which is a lot more expensive and demands more detail in description, both in technical terms and in what is known as “art”. Ronald Mallett failed to file for a full patent and he allowed the provisional one to expire. I know. He both told me so in 2012 and earlier last year the Patent Office confirmed it to me when I talked with them using query ticket number 1 – 496122341.

Furthermore, he neglected to report this fact in his book, Time Traveler, although it was released two years after the patent had expired. I believe this was done deliberately to deceive people like you, into believing exactly what you have – that he has a patent for a time machine. Again:

And while there are some physicists who have disputed certain aspects of his work, there is little dispute that Dr. Mallett’s work brings us very close to the possibility of time travel in the near future.” 

This is also totally and completely false. Mallett’s work does nothing to bring us closer to time travel. I know. I’m the world’s leading researcher on the subject and have had several major breakthroughs, last year alone, which bring us to the point that the first design for a human time machine has been completed. The real science of time travel has absolutely nothing to do with Mallett’s research, which relies on Einstein’s theory of General Relativity which is absolutely worthless for time travel because none of the solutions can be achieved. Even Mallett admitted that his own solution would require energy at stellar quantities – the same type of objections that you refer to, but that’s not all. I did a careful analysis of his provisional patent application as well as his papers and descriptions in his book and Mallett’s machine would never work, even if it did meet the astronomical energy requirements. Why not? Because his design is based on the wrong model of the nature of time and makes fatal hidden assumptions that only an expert of temporal mechanics like me would recognize. I want to stress – having a PhD in theoretical physics does not automatically make you an expert in temporal mechanics.

“Dr. Mallett’s time machine only enables travel back to the point in time wherein the machine is turned on. In addition, Dr. Mallett’s time machine will not be transporting people anytime soon. Among other problems with transporting people are the energy demands that would be required. What is more likely is that Dr. Mallett’s machine will be used to transmit subatomic particles and…information”

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My “Open Letters” Series

I have created an upcoming series of what I call, “open letters” which are copies of communications that I am sending or posting to various people, primarily concerning my on-going prosecution of my war against Ronald L. Mallett, PhD of the University of Connecticut for fraud, misrepresentation, lying and chicanery in the matter of his career as a so-called, time travel scientist, which  makes a mockery of the term. The purpose of the series is so that you readers, and the public at large, can see what has been happening in regards to people who have been involved with promoting him and in what ways they have been involved in such activities. It’s also so that you can see how I’m handling each one, on a case by case basis.

During this time period, where there are investigations going on over cover-ups, collusion, lying, sexual misconduct and more, all across public life, it is clear, now more than ever, that the only reason these things occur is because most people don’t stand-up to do anything about it. I was raised to not be like most people. Now, I’m even more so, that way. Just like many of those women who had been the victims of the likes of Franken, Weinstein, and others, but didn’t do anything about it when it happened because they were told ‘they shouldn’t’, or ‘how could they, after all, those were powerful men’, I was told the same thing about taking on Ronald Mallett, after I realized that he had lied and conned me out five years of research time at a cost to me of thousands of dollars. Even my own father said, “So what can you do about it?”, and I told him, “I taking it ALL BACK. I’m taking back all the accolades and the honors based on his lies and misrepresentations, until he has nothing left. I’m going to destroy his ill gotten name and reputation as a time travel scientist until he’s lost it all and even then, I’ll not stop, not even after he dies, because he has proved that he is out for one thing at all costs – fame, and he won’t stop ’til he’s dead unless I destroy him first. Fine. I’ll give him infamy for all posterity.

In the above video Mallett tells a number of falsehoods. He uses his father’s death to get your empathy for him as he says that his father’s death was the inspiration for wanting to build a time machine. Yet the truth is that once he discovered that his flawed design wouldn’t allow him to go back before the machine was created, he just gave up and decided instead to hype his personal story with his flawed research, pretending that it would eventually lead to a legitimate breakthrough. And the quest to go back and save his father? Hell. he never gave it a second thought. What? You believed him? This paper proves otherwise. He argues that Albert Einstein’s work is the key to time travel, yet there are no solutions to either theory of Relativity that produce practical methods of doing time travel. He says that Large Hadron Collider at CERN is sending particles into the future when they are only having their aging slow down. He says his design for a time machine would twist time and space into a loop but he has never explained the nature of that loop nor the consequence of what happens when the loop is complete. He claims that all of the serious work on time travel is based on Einstein’s work – the truth is that any work on time travel based on Einstein’s work can’t be called serious because none of it is possible. Finally, his claims of being a time travel scientist are completely undone when he mentions the idea of paradoxes, which have no scientific basis in fact, and then exhibits his ignorance of the work of Rainer Plaga and others who in the ’90s posited how parallel universes could be proved with a laser and entangled ions in a magnetic trap – something that he could’ve have attempted to do and gotten a legitimate breakthrough. However, because Ronald Mallett is a fraud in the area of time travel research, he missed that opportunity. Instead, in the above video, he claims that we will have to wait and see if paradoxes or parallel universes are real. Paradoxes were conclusively proved false in 2013 in a special report to select members of Congress in 2013 which is now the book, Paradox Lost: The True Geometries of Time Travel.

Parallel universes were proved to be real in 2017. However, the parallel universe model doesn’t work by the time traveler going to the past of a parallel universe but to a new, parallel universe copy of the past – a big difference since a paradox would still result from going to the past of a parallel universe, since the time traveler wasn’t there before as well. If in fact, Ronald Mallett was such a time travel expert – he would have known this – just another indication that he is in fact, a fraud.

Among the comments for the above video on Youtube was this one by Todd Chaisson:

“I am currently reading Dr. Mallet’s book, “Time Traveler,” and it is truly inspiring. I thought it was going to be weighed down with physics and calculus equations, but it shows how the quest for scientific understanding and achievement is a very human quest and one of the most important ones a person can undertake. I think if I had read this before taking physics and other science classes in high school, it would have motivated me to learn more. Fortunately there is still time :)”

The funny thing is Mallett’s not on a quest for scientific understanding – he’s proved that by not writing one damn paper on time travel research – check his web site. Now check his updated one – there’s no mention anymore that time travel is even one of his research fields! Unfortunately, this is how people are being deceived, just like people were deceived by all the men who have recently been exposed as liars, predators and worse. That is why I’m going to expose and destroy Ronald Mallett so that people will stop being conned, giving away their money, and thinking he’s done things that will make time travel a reality when in fact, Ronald Mallett is one of the greatest threats to time travel research, due to his calls for regulations on time travel once it becomes realized. He can’t even keep his reasons for it, straight.

Last night, Oprah Winfrey gave a stirring speech. I fully support women speaking out against abuse. But what I don’t support is the idea that men just have to listen to the complaints of women. Men should be more proactive and not tolerate the misbehavior of other men when they see it. That is the only reason why women have ever been victimized.

 

Likewise, Ronald Mallett has only gotten away with his misdeeds because of a willing media and others, who have enabled him if not outright let him get away with it. Not all have, however. In 2007, when I was still under the misconception that Mallett was a legitimate researcher, I tried to get Jerry Revish at WBNS TV to do a story about an event I was promoting for Mallett. Revish said,”When he builds the time machine, then I’ll do the story” which, upon looking back, was the proper response. Yet, now more than 10 years later, Mallett has not only not built a time machine, he’s not engaged in any serious effort to do so legitimately and he’s done no further research, been caught up in a fraud scandal in Miami, and been caught lying to the media and misrepresenting what flawed research that he has done. That is why I am tolerating Ronald Mallett no longer and will end his campaign of misrepresentations no matter what anyone else says. I don’t care how many useful idiots and stupid students come to his aid, this must stop NOW! I don’t believe in hope, I believe in action, and in the action of the individual, most of all. So despite the naysayers and the enablers and doubters, the end of Ronald Mallett’s time travel scientist career is upon him, and God help those who think they can get in my way…

To learn more about Ronald Mallett, this greatest fraud, in the entire history of physics, read my article, A Critical Analysis of Ronald L. Mallett, PhD: How Motherland Magazine Was Seduced By The Crazy Professor

 

How Tweets From T-Mobile’s John Legere and Elon Musk Could Lead To Tesla Auto Races On The Moon and Mars

By Marshall Barnes, R&D Eng

I was on Twitter and I saw two tweets that caught my eye and then were synthesized by my near infinitely advanced imagination. One was a tweet by T-Mobile CEO John Legere. He tweeted

John Legere
@JohnLegere
13h
Definitely not street legal. #StarWars autocar.co.uk/car-news/motor…

to which I replied,

Paranovation Blog
@Paranovation
Replying to @JohnLegere
No problem, ’cause it’s legal ON THE MOON and MARS!

The second one I actually believe I caught a glimpse of first, and then when I was scanning back through the tweet list, I saw it again but this time I stopped. It was from Elon Musk and read

Elon Musk
@elonmusk
1h
Racing video part 2 instagram.com/p/BcIAthVDePZ/

That’s when my imagination had the entire concept solidified, bank rolled, sponsored and marketed with full merchandising, and all the rest of it. So what was it? Think about it for a moment… If you still can’t guess, that’s a good, real world example of why I’m me and what that means. For me, recognizing the concept in a matter of seconds and then knowing its full potential, is par for the course. In this case, it wasn’t golf although I just now got that too. I’ll explain later…No, it’s the idea for the annual Elon Musk Tesla Lunar Auto Races!

This is how it works – as a means to commercialize space tourism, the moon is a perfect destination. However, there’s not much there (I’m ignoring the evidence for ruins on the moon, etc). However, something relatively cheap could be auto racing. This is how the idea came to me –

1. Legere’s tweet about Star Wars cars not being street legal. My brain says – ‘yeah, but there’s not street rules out in space’. Well, of course they’re cars, not spaceships, so the next brain flash is they’d be legal on the surface of the moon and Mars. Only problem is cars breathe oxygen, even the fule injected kind and so wouldn’t work in space, but electric cars don’t! BAM! That’s where the Elon Musk tweet popped back into my conscious mind. What was it about? A racing video. SHAZAAAM! Tesla cars racing on the moon and eventually on Mars!

Now, with the full idea in my conscious mind, the rest was easy.

1. Send a robotic missions to the moon, tasked with building a smooth race track, taking advantage of the exotic landscape to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the race area.

2. Eventually build spectator areas, etc.

3. While this is going on, recruit drivers for the cars, get sponsors (that should actually begin before the robots take off) and sell the worldwide TV rights.

4. Partner with companies wanting to promote space tourism to sell ticket packages, covering the costs of round trip travel, attending the races, and tourist excursions to explore lunar surface destinations and golf like .

5. The races themselves would test the skills of the drivers in handling the cars in lunar gravity in a competitive race.

6. Races could be beamed live to Earth for TV. Home video versions would include behind the scenes footage, etc, not shown during the broadcasts.

7. Sponsors could include everything from tire companies to soda pop. Hey, maybe T-Mobile would even get involved “The network Providing the best communications between Earth and the Moon…” I could see all the Yum Brands companies jumping into it, since they’ve historically been involved in space related promotions.

I think the idea of car races on the moon would be novel and fantastic. Ever since 978070780 took that moon buggy for a joy ride, the potential has been there, just not thought about. Electric cars didn’t really exist yet back then but now, the thought of shiny bright colored Tesla cars zipping around lunar race tracks, with the Earth on the horizon behind them, could be more thrilling than the Indy 500.

The question is, will Elon Musk and others pony up the money to launch the project. I don’t know. But I know one thing, for damn sure. If Elon and others do take this idea and run with it, I have the proof that I had it FIRST!

Why Greg Satell’s Advice On The Creative Process Is Wrong

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There are so many opinions on the creative process and what creativity is, and where it comes from, that it is easy to be confused. Hey, I’m confused when I read so much of that crap and I know exactly where it comes from. That’s how bad it really is out there. So I was not surprised by the article by Greg Satell, “How Technology Enhances Creativity” in which he gives his best college try on the topic and fails. In fact, I couldn’t keep from holding back a slight giggle at the title, seeing as how I know so much about the subject of technology effecting the human mind that at the suggestion of Dr. Itiel Dror, who at the time was a professor of psychology at the University of Southampton in the UK, I created a new term for the subject – technocogninetics. That’s differentiated from cognitive technology by the fact that technocogninetics only cares about how the technology effects human consciousness and isn’t concerned as much with feedback, where as the academics hijacked cognitive technology from its original definition so that it now only refers to mind/machine interactions that involve feedback. So, in other words, when someone makes a statement like, ‘how technology enhances creativity’, they are making a statement on a technocogninetic relationship, whether they know it or not, and I pay attention to see if they have any idea about what they’re talking about. Sadly, Satell doesn’t.

What he does in his article is set-up a list of ideas that he feels defines the creative process. I’ll take ’em as they come –

1. Intent. “It is through forming intent that we establish the constraints under which creativity thrives.”

I could actually end the articles right here. He believes that we need constraints in order for creativity to thrive. That means that he’s completely unfamiliar with free-form, spontaneous, or other unstructured approaches to creativity which means that he’s no expert and so why are we even bothering with him in the first place? OK, class dismissed, unless of course you want to earn extra bonus points by sticking around for the rest of this analysis. Alright, moving on…

2. Searching the Domain.

Essentially, he’s referring to gathering inspiration from your surroundings, which is a given but also not a requirement. I guess he’s not heard of mentally escaping your environment to get creative ideas and inspiration.

3. Tangling Hierarchies: “Truly revolutionary creative acts come from synthesizing across domains, as Picasso did with African and European art or Darwin did by combining insights from economics, geology and biology to come up with his theory of natural selection.”

Again, basically a half-truth. Einstein’s theories didn’t borrow anything and they were the most revolutionary. And this is an important observation – there’s nothing so far here that I would have suggested at a seminar. These are all gimmicks and that’s what people who really don’t understand creativity and where it comes from, resort to. They look at the results of creative people and then think that they can learn something from that. The results are only part of the story. The rest remains in the head of the artist. A very important point that I’ll continue next.

He ends his list there but then he makes another interesting comment:

“We are no longer separated by time and space, but are largely working off of the same massive database. The sum total of human knowledge is merely a few clicks away. Domains are no longer hidden behind barriers of circumstance or tradition, but are accessible to anyone with a search engine.”

Again, ‘yes’ and ‘no’. The fact is that no matter how much he thinks we’re working from the same data base and that everything is accessible to everyone, he misses a very important point. The point is, I don’t care how accessible data is, if you don’t know what you’re looking for, you’re not going to find it. As a professional researcher I have oft times marveled at the successes I’ve had in finding data that has been available to other researchers decades before I ever came upon the scene. I’ll give you some time frames for examples – 1967 – 2003, 1978 – 2006, 1988 – 2003, 322 BC to 2003, 430 BC to 2003. Yeah, those last two are BC (Before Christ) and refer to ideas from Aristotle and Zeno that I was able to prove wrong. The info to do it was there all along, FOR CENTURIES but hey, who’s complaining, right? My point is that this goes to something that I’ve commented on before, been awarded for proving before and I presented in a paper on it at the 2014 100 Year Starship Symposium, and that is the power of modes of perception. Ever hear of not being able to see the forest for the trees? I bet Satell hasn’t or he forgot about it, because that little saying renders the importance of his idea of data access, null and void. Let me put it another way – with all the spying and surveillance going on, the biggest problem in the intel business is HUMINT. That’s Brotherhood talk for Human Intelligence. In other words, having enough people to sift through all that crap to find what you need, not just what you’re looking for because you could be looking for the wrong thing, thinking that you’re on the right track. Access to data is only half the battle, and it’s not the half that will win you the war.

The rest of the article diverges from this main theme and actually covers some issues that I have no problems with. When he wraps it up at the end, however, he makes a comment that echoes what I’ve just said, which makes me think that he doesn’t really understand what he’s even talking about –

“The fact that everyone has access to a wealth and diversity of ideas and the means to actualize intent means that we all can be more creative. As Jaron Lanier put it, “in a virtual world of infinite abundance, only creativity could ever be in short supply.”

The quote from Lanier, reinforces my point about access to data – that even with an infinite abundance of it, there’s no guarantee that creativity will increase, yet Satell prefaces that quote with the statement that means “we can all be more creative”. Yes, we can, but it doesn’t mean that we will be, and that’s what I address – how to be. Mind you, I don’t in my blogging because that is end product material that I only cover in seminars, but I make it perfectly clear that I know enough about the process that makes all of this fluff that is promulgated out there, appear clearly to me as the perfumed refuse that it is. But I do want to contribute the video below as another viewpoint that I felt was well worth the 19 minutes for you to view, if you want to understand more about creativity. You might say it’s getting my tacit approval, which is saying a lot, as I spent about an hour for something to insert in here as I like embedding videos to make my point. This was the hardest task so far with this blog. Of everything I looked at, I felt that Gerard Puccio’s talk at TEDx Gramercy was the best, stressing that we all have creativity, why we don’t use it, the importance of it, and more.