They were obsolete before they were even dreamed up. by Robert Farley Follow drfarls on TwitterL | The National Interest Key point: The Montanas were designed to fight a different World War II than the one that happened.
In the early 1940s, the U.S.…
Continues By Tom Beasley , Contributor| Yahoo Movies UK Tom Holland as the titular hero in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’. (Credit: Marvel/Sony)
Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman has said “news got ahead” of the negotiating dispute between his studio and Disney over the movie rights to Spider-Man.…
Continues China has become stronger by studying its mistakes. by Lyle J. Goldstein | The National Interest Key point: China has become stronger by studying its mistakes.
Even as Western strategists spill gobs of ink recalling the Great War that convulsed Europe a century ago, Chinese military thinkers are actually fixated on another anniversary.…
Recorded in 1979 at Carrousel Zaal, The Hague, The Netherlands
Taken from the album North Sea Jazz Legendary Concerts – Dexter Gordon
Hank Jones (Piano)
Gene Ramey (Bass)
Gus Johnson (Drums)
Dexter Gordon, Bud Johnson, Illinois Jacquet, Arnett Cobb, Buddy Tate (Saxes)
… Continues Pretty simple, actually. By David Grossman | Popular Mechanics Wormholes have never been detected, but scientists have now established what it would take to bring them into existence. All it takes: two electrically charged black holes and hypothetical defects in space time.
Continues Super-heavy tanks were outdated. by Robert Beckhusen | The National Interest Key point: By 1944, the war was already almost over.
By the time the super-heavy Maus tank rolled out for its first tests in January 1944, the Nazis had — six months after Kursk — effectively lost the war.…