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08-09-17 -- James Corbett - Jim Cantrell -- (VIDEO & MP3s LOADED)

James Corbett (The Corbett Report) on a variety of news headlines - Jim Cantrell (CEO and Co-Founder of Vector Space Systems; One of the original founding members of SpaceX) on private space travel and exploration
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Guests: Jim Cantrell

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Guests: James Corbett

Hour 1 - James Corbett (The Corbett Report) on a variety of news headlines including How much of a threat is N Korea, Sanctions, Fake News History, Getting Chipped, Monsanto rocked by new court documents, US and Russia fight over the heart of the EU, and more

Hour 2&3 - Jim Cantrell (CEO and Co-Founder of Vector Space Systems; One of the original founding members of SpaceX) on private space travel and exploration

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August 9th, 2017

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Hour 1

2017-08-09 Hour 1 James Corbett from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

James Corbett

The Corbett Report

Webpage: CorbettReport.Com

James talks about How much of a threat is N Korea, Sanctions, Fake News History, Getting Chipped, Monsanto rocked by new court documents, US and Russia fight over the heart of the EU, and more

James's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show:

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JAMES CORBETT'S LATEST VIDEOS…

A Brief History of Fake News

 • 08/07/2017 • 25 Comments


Military deception is an ancient and time-honoured art. Throughout recorded history, military commanders have attempted to spread false news and seed false information as part of psychological warfare operations to deceive, confuse, and demoralize the enemy…

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Korea, Sanctions, AI Takeover – James Corbett on The Power Hour

 • 08/03/2017


James Corbett returns to The Power Hour with new host Daniel Brigman for a wide-ranging conversation on tensions with North Korea, Russian sanctions, Chinese censorship, bitcoin, Afghanistan withdrawal, the AI takeover and Fukushima updates.

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Online Purification, Getting Chipped, Staircase Scandal – New World Next Week

 • 07/29/2017


This week on the New World Next Week: China begins "online purification"; the US begins chipping employees; and Canada falls flat in staircase debacle.

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JAMES CORBETT'S LATEST ARTICLES…

Séralini's Revenge: Monsanto Rocked by New Court Documents

 • 08/05/2017 • 47 Comments

The case against Monsanto is the gift that keeps on giving.

Previously in these pages I discussed how the trial of Monsanto currently taking place in the California Northern District Court—technically known as "Multidistrict Litigation," with the formal title of "In re: Roundup Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2741)"—is airing some of the agrichemical behemoth's dirtiest laundry. In my article "Monsatan On Trial For Roundup Cancer," I revealed how dozens of lawsuits filed against Monsanto for its role in causing the non-Hodgkin lymphoma of thousands of people across the US had been rolled into one dramatic court case, and how discovery from that case had yielded the remarkable deathbed testimony of EPA whistleblower Marion Copley.

Then new documents emerged from the case confirming what many had long suspected: Monsanto has an entire internal corporate program (appropriately entitled "Let Nothing Go") employing an army of internet trolls who spam the company's propaganda on every social media post, forum and online comment board where its products and practices are being discussed.

Just this week, one of the law firms working on the trial released an equally explosive collection of "Monsanto's Secret Documents," proving another long-suspected claim against the world's most evil company: That it has in fact ghostwritten many of the key articles defending its products in the mainstream press—articles that were supposedly written by "independent" journalists. When the embarrassing details of the story came to light, including a suggested "draft" of an article written by Monsanto for Forbes "journalist" Henry Miller in 2015 that was exactly identical to the article that appeared under his name, Forbes pulled the piece from its website and ended Miller's employment. In a different leaked email exchange, former Monsanto consultant John Acquavella complained to a Monsanto executive, "I can't be part of deceptive authorship on a presentation or publication," adding, "We call that ghost writing and it is unethical."

But if all that weren't bad enough, the latest documents to emerge from the case also detail exactly how Monsanto attempted to smear the research of Gilles-Éric Séralini, the French scientist who published a groundbreaking study showing an increase in tumors among rats fed genetically modified corn and Monsanto's RoundUp herbicide.

Find out all the slimy details of Monsanto's corporate smear machine in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber.

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US Battles Russia for Heart of the EU

 • 07/30/2017 • 77 Comments

In a nearly unanimous vote on Tuesday, the House passed a bill that imposes new sanctions on Moscow and forces Trump to seek congressional approval before easing any restrictions on Russia. The bill, part of a larger sanctions regimen that would also impose new restrictions and punitive measures on Iran and North Korea, was also passed by the Senate in another nearly unanimous vote (98-2) on Thursday. Unsurprisingly, the Trump administration has already signaled the President's willingness to sign the bill (the same one that they were just badmouthing), turning an "L" into a "W" by mere say so.

The reaction to the bill from Russia is precisely as one would expect: fiery rhetoric about retaliation and counter-measures.

But what about this statement? "In a remarkable moment of candor, the US draft law reveals what this is really about: the sale of American liquefied gas and the displacement of Russian natural gas supplies from the European market. The aim of the sanctions is to secure jobs in the natural gas and oil industry in the USA. Political sanctions should not be associated with economic interests."

Is this (admittedly accurate) description of the legislation and its contents the work of an angry Russian diplomat? A Russian military officer or businessman?

Nope. Try again. It's part of a joint statement from German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern. And the two aren't alone in holding this sentiment. A number of high-ranking European officials have sounded off about this bill, recognizing as they do that, whatever else might be going on here, the widening rift between Russia and the US is a dagger pointed at the heart of Europe…

Explore the new US sanctions on Russia through the European lens in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber newsletter.

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Hour 2

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Guests: Jim Cantrell

Hour 2 - Jim Cantrell (CEO and Co-Founder of Vector Space Systems; One of the original founding members of SpaceX) on private space travel and exploration

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Hour 2

2017-08-09 Hour 2 Jim Cantrell.mp4 from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

 

Jim Cantrell, CEO and Co-Founder Vector Space Systems

Webpage: https://vectorspacesystems.com/

 

CLICK HERE for the Vector Flight Test history


Jim Cantrell is a well-known entrepreneur and expert in space systems and has 30 years of experience in the aerospace and high technology industries. Jim was part of the SpaceX founding team and served as the company's first Vice President of Business Development. Jim founded two other successful aerospace and automotive engineering companies and has held CEO positions in aerospace and biometric software companies. Jim also played key roles in the development of Skybox Imaging (now Terra Bella) and has had developmental roles in numerous venture funded space efforts including Rocket Lab, Planet, Black Sky and Spaceflight.

 

Vector Team

Company

Vector is a disruptive innovator that connects space startups and innovators with affordable and reliable space access. Vector has a BIG vision to reshape the multi-billion launch market and combines dedicated low-cost micro satellites launch (Vector Launch) AND software defined satellites (Galactic Sky) to dramatically increase access and speed to orbit.

The Vector launch vehicle family consists of the Vector R (Rapid) and the Vector H (Heavy) launchers. The Vector R places 66 kg into orbit and is our basic first use capability. The Vector-H places 160 kg into orbit and is a block upgrade to the Vector-R. The two launch vehicles share common technology and launch facilities including pressure fed ablative engines, carbon fiber fuselage, LOX/Propylene fuels and mobile launch capability. This is the only launch system dedicated to micro spacecraft and will allow you to launch your satellite when you want and to where you want.

Galactic Sky transforms the space segment from its current hardware centric state to a simpler software development proposition with software defined satellites. Our ultimate vision is one of space app developers being able to develop satellite applications on their desktop computer and uploading it to an at the ready satellite constellation yielding nearly instant data and revenue.

Vector will free you, the Space App Developer, to do what you do best …. innovate and build.

Vector's larger goal is a platform for Space App Developers allowing you to concentrate on developing your solutions and not worrying about procuring launches and satellites. We believe that you, the satellite developer and operator, would rather focus on your core innovations than solving launch problems. Next time you launch, leave the transportation to us and Vector will be ready when you are.

 

Vector Launch Vehicle Family

Vector Space is fielding a family of small launch vehicles consisting of the Vector-R (Rapide) and the Vector-H (Heavy). The Vector-R is design for rapid and frequent launch of payloads weighing up to 66 kg and will be available for commercial flights in 2018 and is designed to have launch cadence up to 100 flights per year. The Vector-H is a larger vehicle based on the Vector-R design but capable of deploying 160 kg class satellites into LEO and launching small deep space missions. The Vector-H will be available in mid 2019 for commercial flights at launch cadences up to 25 flights per year. Both launch vehicles will operate from either Kodiak Alaska (PSCA) or Cape Canaveral (CCAFS).

The Vector launch vehicle family derives historically from the Garvey Spacecraft NLV-20 launch vehicle that has been under development for a number of years. These vehicles use an all carbon fiber fuselage along with pressurized propulsion feed systems operated by patented pressurization systems using safe low pressure systems. The Vector-R is a larger version of the NLV-20 using three first stage engines and a larger second stage for more orbital insertion capability. The Vector-H is a stretched version of the Vector-R and uses a five engine first stage with longer tanks and a full diameter second stage. Both vehicles share common avionics and engines. We offer optional electric third stages and both standard and enlarged payload fairings for both vehicles.

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Here are some pictures from Vector Space Systems:

Vector-R Technical Overview PDF

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Guests: Jim Cantrell

Hour 3 - Jim Cantrell (CEO and Co-Founder of Vector Space Systems; One of the original founding members of SpaceX) on private space travel and exploration CONT'D

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Hour 3

2017-08-09 Hour 3 Jim Cantrell.mp4 from Ernest Hancock on Vimeo.

Jim Cantrell, CEO and Co-Founder Vector Space Systems (Cont'd)

Webpage: https://vectorspacesystems.com/

 

Vector Launch Vehicle Family

Vector Space is fielding a family of small launch vehicles consisting of the Vector-R (Rapide) and the Vector-H (Heavy). The Vector-R is design for rapid and frequent launch of payloads weighing up to 66 kg and will be available for commercial flights in 2018 and is designed to have launch cadence up to 100 flights per year. The Vector-H is a larger vehicle based on the Vector-R design but capable of deploying 160 kg class satellites into LEO and launching small deep space missions. The Vector-H will be available in mid 2019 for commercial flights at launch cadences up to 25 flights per year. Both launch vehicles will operate from either Kodiak Alaska (PSCA) or Cape Canaveral (CCAFS).

The Vector launch vehicle family derives historically from the Garvey Spacecraft NLV-20 launch vehicle that has been under development for a number of years. These vehicles use an all carbon fiber fuselage along with pressurized propulsion feed systems operated by patented pressurization systems using safe low pressure systems. The Vector-R is a larger version of the NLV-20 using three first stage engines and a larger second stage for more orbital insertion capability. The Vector-H is a stretched version of the Vector-R and uses a five engine first stage with longer tanks and a full diameter second stage. Both vehicles share common avionics and engines. We offer optional electric third stages and both standard and enlarged payload fairings for both vehicles.

 

Mass To Orbit

66 kg to orbit Vector-R 160 kg to orbit Vector-H

Propellants

Oxidizer: Liquid Oxygen Fuel: Advanced Propylene

Engines

Vector-R: 1st Stage 3 x 5000lb Vector-H: 1st Stage 6 x 5000lb 2nd stage: 1x 800 lb Pressure fed / no pumps  

New Vector-R

Vector-R Engineering Model With Vector P-19 & P-20

Launch Sites

Kodiak AK: 90-100° orbits Cape Canaveral FL: 28-58° orbits

Launch Rates

Vector-R: 100 per year Vector-H: 25 per year

Structures

Carbon Fiber 7X Reduction In Parts Count Reusable First Stage  

Launcher Transport To TEL

Vehicle Being Loaded On TEL

Vector-R Erecting On TEL

Vehicle Erect On Launch Stool

 

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