The WWI Conspiracy

TRANSCRIPT AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/wwi/ What was World War One about? How did it start? Who won? And what did they win? Now, 100 years after those final shots rang out, these questions still puzzle historians and laymen alike. But as we shall see, this confusion is not a happenstance of history, but the wool that has been pulled over our eyes to stop us from seeing what WWI really was. This is the story of WWI that you didn't read in the history books. This is The WWI Conspiracy.




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Tesla Technology Has Been Revived - Viziv Technologies


Waxahachie, Texas-based Viziv Technologies, LLC, joins five other ventures conducting research in the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative. 
WACO, Texas (August 27, 2018) – Viziv Technologies, LLC, and Baylor University announce a new research partnership aimed at commercializing an entirely new means of delivering electrical energy wirelessly over long distances. Over four decades in development, Viziv’s systems use a phenomenon known as a Zenneck surface wave to propagate electromagnetic waves along the interface of earth and air. Viziv’s ultimate goal is to provide the capability to safely, economically and efficiently deliver electrical power virtually anywhere in the world through the use of surface wave technologies. Parallel research efforts at Viziv include the use of surface waves for -more-
communication, radio navigation, and sensing. Research within the Baylor collaborative will inform each of these applications as commercial development continues. 
The partnership is the first university collaboration for Viziv, an angel-funded startup company with approximately 30 full-time employees spread among its Waxahachie, Milford and BRIC locations. The company foresees doubling its workforce over the next year. 
“History is replete with examples of the power of people and organizations coming together to do what would be impossible individually,” said Viziv CEO and President, Brigadier General (retired) Michael W. Miller. “Viziv Technologies’ young history is a great example of just that—strategic alliances determined to “Power the Planet and Bring Light to the World.” Our collaboration with Baylor University represents the first formal academic alliance for Viziv, and we are excited to officially begin what we expect to be a long and fruitful journey together.” 
Viziv is leasing 3,055-square-feet in the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative, a 330,000-square-feet facility providing companies with access to the intersection of the BRIC’s five foundational pillars: fundamental and applied research, industry collaboration, business acceleration and incubation, workforce development and STEM educational outreach and research. 
“As an electrical and computer engineering professor at Baylor, my colleagues and I were among the first to move our research into the BRIC in 2013,” said Viziv Chief Technology Officer, Randall Jean, Ph.D. “It is a world-class facility with an ever-expanding scope and depth of research capabilities. Within the ECE department, the programs in electromagnetics and power systems are among the strongest, making collaboration with Viziv Technologies a perfect fit for addressing a host of exciting challenges.” 
The Viziv technology promises to make energy distribution safer and more reliable. A Zenneck surface wave is unaffected by lightning, geomagnetic disturbances, solar flares or electromagnetic pulses such as those generated by a nuclear blast such that only sending and receiving units will require protection. And unlike the electrical distribution systems that depend on a gridwork that is vulnerable to physical attack, and to cascading failures during peak power usage, wireless electrical delivery is designed to be virtually impervious to these threats. Plus, the field intensities generated are expected to be less than one percent of the current ANSI standards for safety in RF. 
“Viziv fits the paradigm for BRIC collaboration about as well as any I can think of,” said Dr. Truell Hyde, Baylor Vice Provost for Research. “Currently about 17 percent of the world’s population have no access to electrical power, and for many more people, availability is spotty and unreliable. This technology has the potential to raise the standard of living for people around the world—who wouldn’t want to be a part of something like that?” 
Baylor University is a private Christian University and a nationally ranked research institution. The University provides a vibrant campus community for more than 17,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continually operating University in Texas. Located in Waco, Baylor welcomes students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries to study a broad range of degrees among its 12 nationally recognized academic divisions. 
Viziv Technologies is the culmination of over four decades of research in the field of Electromagnetic Surface Waves. They have assembled an experienced team from academia, industry, and government to take this revolutionary science from laboratory to industry. These men and women have joined together under one calling… POWER THE PLANET AND BRING LIGHT TO THE WORLD 
Viziv’s mission is the commercialization of the Zenneck surface wave in all of its various product applications. From communications to energy to sensing, Viziv’s technological advances are opening doors to a new era in science and engineering. 
The Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) assists faculty members from all academic units in identifying, obtaining and managing the funding needed to support their research and scholarship. Internal ‘seed’ funding, matching grant proposal funding, searchable online funding databases, grant writing seminars, proposal support and travel awards to national funding agencies are only a portion of what is provided by the various units comprising the OVPR. Additionally, the Vice Provost for Research oversees the ethical conduct of research and assists researchers in maintaining compliance with applicable policies, laws, and regulations as well as providing support in establishing interdisciplinary / international collaborations and industry partnerships. 
The OVPR acts as Baylor’s representative in pursuing partnerships and collaborative agreements with entities outside the university. The office negotiates sponsored research agreements with industry on behalf of faculty and pursues research, technology transfer, and the commercialization of technology. The OVPR welcomes the opportunity to discuss collaborative research and scholarship pursuits that can advance the academic mission of Baylor University to achieve R1/T1 status. 
The OVPR also manages and operates the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative (BRIC), a three-story, 330,000-square-foot facility focused on interdisciplinary/international research, industry/university collaborations, business incubation/acceleration/commercialization, advanced workforce training, and STEM educational research and outreach. 
For more information, please visit: www.baylor.edu/research or www.baylor.edu/bric 

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Baylor graduate student Chris Faulkner (from left), Baylor assistant Vice Provost for Research Todd Buchs, Viziv general counsel Allen Page, Baylor Vice Provost for Research Truell Hyde, Viziv program management engineer Diana Milam, Viziv Chief Technology Officer Randall Jean and Viziv director of business development Scott Hammond pose in front of the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative.


Michael W. Miller


General Miller is the CEO and President of Viziv Technologies, LLC. Viziv Technologies is the owner of multiple patents related to a scientific breakthrough in energy transfer, communications, and transportation. General Miller earned a Ph.D. in Management from Walden University (2011), a Masters in Strategic Studies from the Air University, an MBA from the University of North Dakota and a Bachelors in Political Science from the University of New Orleans. Miller also attended the 2010 CAPSTONE General/Flag Officer Course, National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington, DC and is a 2003 Fellow, Seminar XXI, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
General Miller retired from the Air Force after 28 years of military service. The first 6 years of his career he was an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Launch Officer and spent the remaining 22 years in the healthcare administration arena. He directed strategic planning for a global organization of 40,000 personnel with an annual budget of almost $6 billion. General Miller was an Air Force Corporate Board Member where he helped develop funding strategies for AF mission and personnel capabilities to meet war fighting requirements and developed recommendations for the Air Force Secretary and Chief of Staff for the $150 billion annual budget. His career culminated as the Assistant Surgeon General, Strategic Medical Plans, Programs and Budget and Chief, Medical Service Corps. He is an inventor, experienced conference speaker, educator and problem-solver.

Jerry Lomax


Jerry Lomax is a recently retired executive from Chevron Corporation where his career included international project engineering, upstream and midstream oil and gas operations, and technology. Most recently, Jerry was Vice President of Emerging Technologies at Chevron Technology Ventures. In this role, he stewarded Chevron’s $400 million venture capital portfolio and led demonstrations of emerging technologies for adoption across the enterprise. Key areas of focus included alternative fuels, renewables, energy storage, advanced materials, and emerging power technologies.
Jerry received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Washington and a Masters in Business Administration from Golden Gate University. He is married and has four children. He currently resides in Houston, Texas.

Randall Jean Ph.D.


Dr. Randall Jean is the holder of a more than a dozen U.S. patents and corresponding foreign patents in the field of microwave applied metrology which have resulted in scientific and industrial instruments for a wide range of sensing and control applications. Industrial products based upon these inventions are in use world-wide. He has almost 40 years of doctorate-level academic and industrial experience in the field of electromagnetics, remote sensing, and sensor development. In 1994 he received an R&D 100 award recognizing the most significant technology developments of the year for his invention of Guided Microwave Spectrometry. His research has included the development of microwave sensors for biomedical, industrial, and scientific applications and the development of wireless power transfer using Zenneck surface waves. Dr. Jean earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1970, his M.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1971 and his Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering in 1978, in each case, from Texas A&M University.
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Richard T. Devereaux


General Devereaux earned a B.S. in International Affairs from the US Air Force Academy (1978), an M.S. In Systems Management from the Air Force Institute of Technology (1988), an 2000 M.A. in Airpower Art and Science from Air University (1993), and a M.S in National Security Strategy from the National War College (1997). General Devereaux served over 34 years in the Air Force as a pilot, functional expert, and commander at multiple levels. As a pilot, he logged over 3,500 hours in the C-5 Galaxy, KC-135 Tanker, and instructed in numerous training aircraft. He commanded a flying squadron, an operations group, two wings, two installations, and the US Air Force Expeditionary Center in New Jersey.
After 9/11, his operations group deployed multiple teams that established air mobility hubs across the Middle East. He served as the senior avionics manager for the C-17 aircraft prior to its first flight. He also completed two tours on the Joint Staff at the Pentagon in the Operations and Logistics directorates, was the Director of all Air Force flying and technical training operations, and the Director of Regional Affairs on the Secretary of the Air Force’s international affairs staff. His last job on active duty was the Air Force Director of Operational Planning, Policy, and Strategy at the Pentagon. Since retiring in 2012, General Devereaux has worked as a strategic consultant for numerous defense firms, think tanks, and technology companies. He writes and lectures on defense, technology, and leadership in his home state of North Carolina and serves on the Boards of several communities and national organizations, including Chairman of the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford, VA.

Allen Page, JD, CPA


Allen Page earned a B.B.A. in Accounting, cum laude, and a Masters of Accountancy from Baylor University in 2005, and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence, magna cum laude, from Baylor University School of Law in 2010.  Mr. Page is also a certified public accountant.
Prior to joining Viziv, Mr. Page was a Senior Associate at Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P. where he represented various companies and investors primarily in the technology and energy industries, focusing his practice on venture capital financings, joint ventures, private equity investments, mergers and acquisitions, fund formations and general corporate advice.
Mr. Page also worked as an Associate at DLA Piper and a Senior Accountant at Ernst & Young prior to his time at Vinson & Elkins.