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Entries from May 3rd, 2006

Imperial Evanescence

How Long will the U.S. Empire Stand?

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USA falls

The limited perspective offered by the relatively short human lifespan has been cause for much observational error. Even in a postmodern existence where constant change has become the norm and the term progress rendered redundant, the common individual still acts as though – substantively, at least – things have always been and will always be just as they are now. [...]

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Three Cheers for Testosterone

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You’d have thought in 1961 when Eisenhower warned the U.S. about its emerging “military-industrial complex” someone would’ve sat up and taken notice. Perhaps some calls for restraint in military expenditures, or less interchange between defense industry execs and positions of power within the federal government. [...]

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Post-human Warriors

The Future of War: Part 2 of 3

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Vintage Teriminator

Bioengineering and advanced robotics are blurring the line between science and science fiction, as the Pentagon pursues the creation of “super soldiers.” Part two of a three part series.

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