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Professor Ronald L. Mallett

Ronald L. Mallett, Ph.D. is Research Professor of Physics at the University of Connecticut. His research interests include: classical and quantum theory of black holes, relativistic cosmology, gauge theories, quantum gravity, and time travel. He is author of Time Traveler: A Scientist’s Personal Mission to Make Time Travel a Reality.
Ron earned his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in physics from Pennsylvania State University. He worked for United Technologies from 1973 to 1975, and in 1975 joined the physics faculty at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, where he has been a professor of theoretical physics ever since.
He has published numerous papers on black holes and cosmology in professional journals. His breakthrough research on time travel has been featured extensively in the media around the world, including NPR’s This American Life, and the History Channel, Science Channel, and Learning Channel.
Ron’s papers include Weak gravitational field of the electromagnetic radiation in a ring laser, Gravitational Faraday Effect Produced by a Ring Laser, The Gravitational Field of a Circulating Light Beam, Cosmic degenerate matter: a possible solution to the problem of missing mass, Evolution of evaporating black holes in an inflationary universe, Radiating Vaidya metric imbedded in de Sitter space, Charged, radiating black holes, inflation, and cosmic censorship, Dirac quantization of Friedmann cosmologies, Radiation and false-vacuum bubble dynamics, and Back reaction of evaporating black holes in the presence of inflation.
Watch Dr Ronald Mallett sending binary code through time and Theoretical Physicist Ronald L. Mallett On Time Travel. Read Time Travel Is Possible: How to Send a Message to the Past. Read his Wikipedia profile.