By Don Bashum
Indicating the financial value, investment worth and potential commercial impact of the STDTS warp drive technology, investment, business, and financial web sites are running the news that the Call & Post newspaper has verified that in fact the STDTS warp drive technology is real and could have a major impact on transportation industries as well as aerospace. First reported by WorldNet NewsWires (@WNNWs) on twitter, the report of the verification of warp drive technology has begun to sweep the business and finance world online. This could put its inventor, Marshall Barnes, in the soon-to-be billionaire category if things develop as they could.
An internationally noted research and development engineer in the area of advanced concept science and technology, he has made a name for himself in a number of industries and professional fields, lately as a leading proponent of STEM education, but his forte has been in developing novel technologies and seeing flaws in physics that others, such as Stephen Hawking, have missed. It is this skill that he seems to have applied to developing his warp drive prototype device that works by using a specially created electromagnetic field that contracts space as it moves through it. That contraction is the warping effect and creates acceleration for the object moving behind the field. The standard way that physicists see warping being possible is through the use of exotic energy, something that no one knows for sure exists, as well as ridiculous amounts of energy. Many physicists have been working on ways of reducing the energy requirements while Marshall solved the problem by investigating concepts linked to Einstein and Russian scientist N.A. Kozyrev instead. The exact way the field is produced is a trade secret.
A development like this will have a major impact on aerospace, revolutionizing space exploration and reducing the fuel costs for all types of space commerce as well as for the world's airline industry. Because the field doesn't require large amounts of electricity but reduces the time it takes to fly, the cost of fuel is cut by the shorter flight times. The airline industry could save millions of dollars in fuel every month.
The Moneyshow.com, Topix.com Financial Markets Forum, About.com Markets, BusinessInsider.com, WorldMarketMedia.com, Boston.com, FinancialContent.com, and Securities Technology Monitor have all featured the story within their web sites. At this writing there could be more. Experts say that successful commercial development of this technology would take the world into a new era and clearly make Marshall one of the next world changers on the level of Bill Gates, as this is just one of an array of radical new technologies that he owns or has in development. A 2009 news story carried at MonroeTalks.com http://monroetalks.com/forum/index.php?topic=13763.msg337939#msg337939 tells about two presentations Marshall has made outlining his vision for a real Massive Dynamic, the fictional company on Fox TV's, Fringe, and how he already has enough inventions and designs to accomplish it. Article indicated that at the time he had not created a corporate structure yet to handle commercial exploitation yet, something that could all change now that his STDTS technology is taking off.