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Elon Musk: Neuralink Implant to Make $6 Million Man in Next Year

Elon Musk is sending rockets to Mars, putting electric motors in hot cars, generating power from roofing shingles, boring tunnels for hyperloop travel, and creating a “$6 Million Man” within the next year. Musk’s other, other company, Neuralink, has a tiny device designed to fix issues like paralysis, autism, schizophrenia and other brain-related conditions. Beyond […]

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America’s Failed Social Experiment: Are You On Team Red or Team Blue?

Dr. Cornell West calls America “a failed social experiment” in the wake of the George Floyd’s death under the knee of a police officer. Bill Whittle agrees., and illustrates the stark difference between the failed social experiment, and the other America. Are you on Team Red or Team Blue? This video is a production of […]

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This Elon Musk Quote Will Take Us to Mars…And Utterly Change Your Life

Engineering, physics, astronomy, and the hard sciences are essential for manned space flight, but this quote from SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is the power that will actually take us to Mars. If you can harness it, it’s the force that will utterly change your life for the better. Bill Whittle Now with Scott Ott is […]

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Scrubbed SpaceX Launch Great Success: Life-Saving Demo Bodes Well for Future

Bill Whittle — creator of the Apollo 11: What We Saw series — says this week’s scrubbed launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket topped with a Dragon crew capsule from Pad 39a at Cape Canaveral was “one of the most resounding successes in the history of the space program.” Bill Whittle Now with Scott […]

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SPACEX scrubbed launch coverage 052720

Today we saw the successful operation of the one flight safety system that could have saved the crews of Apollo 1, Challenger and arguably even Columbia. Here’s the awesome animation of the Pad 39 timeline featured at the end. Join the Rebellion

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Outer Space Constitution: Will the Artemis Accords Govern Private Space Explorers?

Sign up for the free email alerts at the Patriot Post and get a free copy of the Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty. When you do, you’re helping Bill Whittle too. NASA’s list of guidelines for private companies and nations interactions in outer space — dubbed the Artemis Accords — is a voluntary compact which […]

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“Arrest Me!” Elon Musk Opens California Tesla Plant, May Move it to Texas

Elon Musk opens his California Tesla plant, in violation of Alameda County, and begs authorities to arrest him alone. State lawmaker Lorena Gonzalez Tweets “F*** Elon Musk.” Bill Whittle calls Musk’s rebellion “the Tweet heard ’round the world.” Musk may move the entire operation to Texas. Right Angle is a production of our Members. Join […]

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Bang Zoom! NASA Picks SpaceX, Blue Origin, Dynetics for Lunar Lander

Join the Rebellion Listen to the Audio Version Bill Whittle Network ยท Bang Zoom! NASA Picks SpaceX, Blue Origin, Dynetics for Lunar Lander

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May 27: SpaceX and NASA Set Date for First Manned USA Launch in 9 Years

The private manned, for profit, space flight era gets its official launch on May 28, the date NASA and SpaceX have set to send Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in a Dragon capsule atop a Falcon 9 rocket.

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Elon Musk: Era of Fighter Jets Over, Replace F-35 Joint Strike Fighter with Drone

Get your FREE Patriot’s Primer on American Liberty. Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk tells a gathering of American fighter jet pilots that their era is over, and that the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter needs some competition from a drone. He says the drone will beat the F-35. Bill Whittle — a licensed pilot and […]

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Back to the Moon: Trump Appointee Fires NASA Veteran to Speed Lunar Mission

President Trump wants NASA to get Americans back to the moon in five years. To heighten the urgency, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine — a Trump political appointee — fires William Gerstenmaier, a well-respected 42-year NASA veteran in charge of human space exploration. Will this sudden move light a fire under the bureaucracy, or did we just lose four decades of institutional knowledge jeopardizing our safe return to the lunar surface? Should NASA get our of the business of human space transportation?

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Airbus FAIL: How USA Beats Socialism in Air and Space

Airbus cancels the gigantic A380 airliner, while Boeing 747 keeps going strong. SpaceX builds re-launchable rockets, while Arianespace makes them disposable to generate make-work jobs. The aerospace industry provides the perfect parable of how the the USA beats socialism every time.

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The 4-Minute College Degree: Did YouTube Kill Education?

Is four minutes the new eternity? That’s what many think when it comes to internet video, but has the average attention span fallen so far that it’s become nearly impossible to train the next generation of engineers? The men of Right Angle examine a phenomenon that poses a threat to our entire educational system. Right […]

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How Many Space Stations Does One Planet Need?

A New York Times science writer raises concerns about President Trump’s private space initiatives โ€” specifically his plan to phase out funding for the International Space Station by 2020. Can the private sector possibly pick up the slack? Can we risk a ‘wild west’ atmosphere outside of Earth atmosphere? Scott Ott leads Bill Whittle and […]

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Back to the Future: Elon’s Tourist Moonshot

Elon Musk’s SpaceX unveils plan to send a Japanese billionaire โ€” and a dozen artists โ€” ’round the moon and back. Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott consider the impact of private space tourism on this Right Angle. To become a citizen producer of this kind of content: https://billwhittlecom.wpengine.com/register Join the discussion in our […]