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Ahead of the Curve

Hubble Project Group is a studio incubator developing disruptive profit-driven financial, insurance, and tech solutions. You will find our thinking threaded through numerous sectors, and periodically we donate ‘thinking time’ to help good causes. These have included the ivory trade, water rights management, and regional economic development.

Founder: David Huer.

Recent activities include:

(New) Aboiteaux, Dikes, and Polders (“ADP”)
Capturing more upland precipitation on its journey to the sea
Creating new jobs, public procurement, and opportunities

(New) Charity Income Statement
Proposing to convert Labour Expenses to Assets for net charitable tax credit. This is considered solving an “impossible” challenge (in Canadian tax law, only real property can be donated to charities – achieving direct intercession with federal Minister of National Revenue’s office). Use Case: BC caving club donating karst locations to government [karst is water-soluble rock that plays a key role in recharging aquifers].

Analytical Time: 4 months. Personal Spend: $0

Gamma (γ) Prefluence Curve
Precursoring alpha and beta market curves with the new γ-curve.
Analytical Time: 2 years. Personal spend: $0.

China Revestment Services
Profiting from foreign investors after China announced that it was closing the VIE investing loophole.
Analytical Time: 2 months. Personal spend: $0

Oil Sands Float Rights
Profiting without extraction. Converting rolling pre-mined O&G/Coal asset value in spot and amortization markets.
Analytical Time: 2 months: Personal Spend: $0

WarriorHealth CombatCare
Vision & Mission: Preventing veteran suicide.
Business: Startup : Combat PTSD Care using Smartphones, Hearing Aids & Smart Earbuds. Managing 100% of care at ~5% of pharma rates.
Science: Developing novel avenues of science. Acknowledged as rigorous and novel by academics who universally attempted to grab IP for themselves and their universities. Thoroughly blocked by attempted intellectual piracy & refusal to trade. I got crushed but defeated the takeovers by open-sourcing the science. Crushing makes me a diamond, not dust. Duration: 9 years. Personal Spend: $30,000.

Military Market:

First to notice: Insurable incidence of Combat PTSD in US military health reports.

First to use this: To create novel strategy to restructure the VA into a zero-wait-list triage care system [Veteran Triage Service Consortium (VTSC)] backstopped by a sovereign financing framework [Cognitive Combat Risk Securities (CCRS)]: Accepting 100% of claims into triage (no wait times) while peeling-off-and-nesting Combat PTSD care (the highest-risk/highest-cost care) within a dedicated supply chain.

First to identify: $4.9-12.5 trillion sovereign-backed insurable global Combat PTSD insurance market (90 million active force personnel, all countries).

Networking this: Into Congress and White House through bipartisan veteran champions; and I’m told NY traders got excited by VTSC’s stocks’ materiality effects.

On-the-Money: Two major universities attempted hostile takeovers: (a) UBC demanding 100% control with $0 compensation including the right to flip IP to patent trolls. (b) Danish university after offering R&D assistance after reading open-sourced ResearchGate notes [note: RG account has been closed].

Civilian Market: Not Defined.

Primary Conclusion:

It is easier to comprehend Government/Big Business/Industry actions by re-framing every part of society as a supply chain.

Veterans Agencies control a supply chain delivering a product called “Injured Veterans” to HMOs and supply chains handling pharma, biotech, and device vendors.

An injured veteran is an immense source of profit to suppliers because their supplier (VA) can be sold bandaid solutions again-and-again. A healed veteran offers no continuing profit, and veteran suicidality and suicide is seen as part of the cost of doing business. It is a circular supply chain. That’s the way it is. No one is going to break into that fortress.