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When we look at history, war seems to be perhaps the major component. This group is for any discussion that relate to war.

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Belief and the Warrior Class

Started by Bill. Last reply by Chris Feb 16, 2016. 48 Replies

It has been my experience that the average soldier is generally quite superstitious. I would argue that the successes of the great religions of the world are directly related to military successes.…Continue

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Comment by Chris on January 26, 2018 at 7:41pm
Comment by Tom Sarbeck on October 10, 2016 at 4:03am

The biggest and strongest of our distant ancestors (blue-green algae, aka pond scum) ate their smaller and weaker neighbors.

What is our rationale for claiming to be (homo) sapiens?

Comment by Chris on September 10, 2016 at 5:56am

Previously Bill posted a question about if there is a warior class.

After thinking about it for some time I have to say "Yes!"

That includes people who work on the fringes of fighters/warriors such as Department of State Employees that include people who work at Embacssies, Foreign Service Officers, and etceterata, along with people who provide logistical support and the hundred of thousand people who have security clearance, not to meantion people who work as private contractors building weapons.

America is #1 at exporting war machines.

Comment by Chris on March 28, 2016 at 7:38am

The previous video of the Horse and Cow is offensive.

Submariners who do dangerous work for months on end diserve time to blow off steam.

Blind Mans Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Esponage.

Is a good read for anyone interested Submarines.

It's difficult to know that Sontag was able to get some of the guys talking.

Of course they and the book don't tell the entire story. It's to complicated.

Comment by Chris on March 28, 2016 at 6:36am

The Horse and Cow has moved around. San Francisco, Vallejo, San Diego, Bremerton, Guam.

Maybe to understand it you should read Blind Man's Bluff

Comment by Chris on March 21, 2016 at 10:12pm

Uploaded on Jan 23, 2009

Talk by Dr. Doug Rokke, former head of the Pentagon's Depleted Uranium Project speaking about depleted uranium November 16, 2002 at University Baptist Church in Seattle.

Comment by Chris on March 20, 2016 at 11:39pm

Hanford is used for storing nuclear reactors from submarines.  Nuclear isotopes leak into the Columbia river. Many who live(d) there have thyroid cancer.

Comment by Chris on March 20, 2016 at 11:31pm

Sadly, some think it's worth polluting an an area for 4.6 B years to win a 'war.'

At Hanford they put a saphire warning sign - thinking it would keep people a couple hundred  thousand years from now= from entering the polluted area  as though the language would be the same and it would be readable.

The following doesn't relate much, but it's worth reading.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/02/24/at-the-hanford-nuc...

Sorry I didn't find the saphire warning sign report.

Comment by Stephen on March 20, 2016 at 11:08pm

Oh hell chris what a terrible story, they knew Depleted Uranium can cause things like this.  

Comment by Chris on March 20, 2016 at 10:53pm

Ten Years Later, U.S. Has Left Iraq With Mass Displacement & Ep...

Depleted Uranium - great for destroying tanks and Chromosones.

Warning graphic images of babies with malformations.

http://www.mindfully.org/Nucs/2003/DU-Baby2003.htm

 

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