Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — 4 truths on how to figure out your PURPOSE

When I was 18, I lived and worked in the Lake District of England at the 17th century mansion of a Lord and Lady. I’ll never forget when the Lord of the house asked me what my purpose was. My rather awkward response was something like, “Well, duh, I guess to go to my job, you know, to get my work done, and like to make some money to pay for my schooling.”

I wasn’t prepared for the question.… Read the full article.

Russia’s Navy Is Powerful, But It Won’t Be Physically Storming Enemy Beaches Any Time Soon

New amphibious ships would require a new Russian Navy.

by Michael Peck | The National Interest

Key point: Moscow’s amphibious doctrine is focusing on long-range operations.

As Russia flexes its muscles in overseas conflicts like Syria, the Russian Navy is changing its amphibious doctrine to emphasize long-range operations.… Read the full article.

Russia Thought Its Tanks Were Unstoppable (And Then Syria Happened)

The battlefield was riddled with TOW missiles.

by Sebastien Roblin | The National Interest

Key point: A determined and well-armed adversary made the difference.

The interconnected conflicts raging across the Middle East today have amounted to a dreadful human catastrophe with spiraling global consequence.… Read the full article.

Captain Marvel’s fight with Thanos in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ was a very late addition

By Gregory Wakeman, Contributor | Yahoo Movies UK

Avengers: Endgame nearly didn’t include Captain Marvel fighting Thanos.

There has been much discussion about Captain Marvel’s involvement in Avengers: Endgame ever since the blockbuster’s release back at the end of April. 

Those involved have previously explained why she only had such limited screen time, while the shot of Captain Marvel and her fellow female superheroes lining up to tackle Thanos has repeatedly received acclaim, too. … Read the full article.