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Helical Holdings co-founder Dylan Ratigan appeared on CNN with Emily Jane Fox from Vanity Fair to discuss President-Elect Donald Trump’s Business Dealings and the Election process.  Later in the segment Helical Outpost is profiled as Dylan’s current work and passion. Watch the full segment here on YouTube.

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Dylan Ratigan Returns to Morning Joe to Discuss the 2016 Election and Helical Outposts. As seen on MORNING JOE TV Show broadcast 12/2/16 – Dylan Ratigan returns to talk ’16 and eco-friendly Outpost “Dylan Ratigan returns to MSNBC to discuss why 2016 was a referendum on the ‘establishment political system’. Ratigan also discusses his eco-friendly ‘Outpost’ […]

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Read the NYTimes.com article featuring Dylan Ratigan the co-founder of Helical Holdings which packs hydroponics, solar power and communications gear into modified shipping containers. – photo is courtesy of the New York Times. From Dylan: “We are overwhelmed by the reaction to the recent feature in the New York Times, and are learning everyday about […]

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This weekend, as we reflect on remembrance and those who won’t return from conflict, it is helpful to reflect on conflict itself and why we even have it. Resource scarcity is at the root of global conflict. Resource scarcity is a lack of water, food, energy, communication and meaningful employment. There is no question that […]

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Check out the CNN Money feature on Helical Holdings and the veterans who are driving innovation with the Helical Outpost.

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Check out Dylan Ratigan’s recent interview with SOFREP: Special Forces News. The interview centers around the Helical Outpost and how special forces and infantry service members influences it’s creation. Click here for the full story.

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Friends, Last time many of us spoke, I had probably just announced that I was taking a leave from broadcasting at NBC after nearly 10 years to go “Beyond Talk” into action… and, as we enter Memorial Day weekend, I want to share this update. I partnered with Louisiana-based oil executives who have dedicated the […]

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While the lessons of the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 are still up for debate, a group of researchers from a collection of US universities have gained insight into the kinds of aid spending that help reduce violence in conflict zones. In their paper titled “Modest, Secure and Informed: Successful Development in Conflict Zones,” […]

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While the correlation between population density and higher rates of violent crime are well established, little consensus exists on ways to combat this seemingly intractable problem. With our planet’s urban centers becoming increasingly crowded, the need to mitigate violent behavior as more and more neighbors lose elbow room becomes more pressing. A recent study in […]

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The Daily Show Profiles Dylan Ratigan’s New Venture Helical Outpost™ There is life after a successful career in TV Journalism and after having your own MSNBC TV Show. Watch this entertaining episode of the The Daily Show with John Stewart detailing Dylan Ratigan’s exciting new venture… the Helical Outpost™ . Al Madrigal questions the former MSNBC pundit Dylan […]

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With Prince Charles addressing the opening ceremony and over 250 presentations representing most of the nations of the West, the Middle East and Africa, Dylan Ratigan was attending the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) where a simple taxi ride becomes a condemnation of America’s lack of leadership in the sustainable food industry. CREATING FOOD SECURITY Dylan mentions […]

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Authors: Eli Berman, Joseph H. Felter, Jacob N. Shapiro, and Erin Troland Can foreign aid and development assistance help countries emerge from civil war and unrest? Or does injecting money into conflict zones simply encourage corruption and fuel conflict? Recent research studying the relationship between food aid and conflict is not encouraging: it shows that […]

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