Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to effectively hold others accountable. + How to choose people who lift you up, not bring you down

How to effectively hold others accountable.

It’s a mess all across the country, with irresponsible behavior all across the spectrum, from government officials and police professionals to rioters and anarchists. And there’s plenty of blame to spread around.

Well I’m a big believer in “you reap what you sow.”… Continues

The X-44 MANTA Was a Futuristic Version of Lockheed’s F-22 Fighter

Though the design never got off the drawing board, it would have been even stealthier than the F-22 Raptor—and here is why.

by Caleb Larson | The National Interest

The X-44 MANTA, which stands for Multi-Axis No Tail Aircraft, was a futuristic-looking derivative of Lockheed Martin’s iconic F-22 design. … Continues

The Navy’s New StormBreaker Will Let the F-18s Hit Targets in Bad Weather

In an announcement on Monday, Raytheon Technologies announced that their new StormBreaker weapon completed its first test from a United States Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet.

by Caleb Larson | The National Interest

The StormBreaker is a winged air-to-ground munition designed to negate the advantage that ground based enemies enjoy during poor visibility operations due to fog, dust, darkness, smoke, or other factors that reduce visual range.… Continues

Rafael Nadal Just Received His Ultra-Modern Custom Sunreef 80 Power Catamaran

The bespoke multihull has been fully personalized for the tennis pro with no expense spared.

by Rachel Cormack | Robb Report

photos: Katarzyna Seliga-Wróblewska, Marcin Wróblewski / Fotomohito

Rafael Nadal just scored the ace of catamarans. The 33-year-old tennis star, who is currently ranked No.… Continues

China’s Great Firewall Looms Over Hong Kong As Surveillance Grows

by Jamie Tarabay | Bloomberg

(Bloomberg) — Hong Kong, already grappling with tightened policing to rein in widespread protests that followed last year’s proposed extradition bill, is now bracing for the prospect of stricter digital controls — ones that would curtail free speech, communications and the ability to organize and turn the city of 7 million into a surveillance state that more closely resembles China.… Continues

Archaeologists suggest surprising true purpose of Great Wall of China’s northern section

by James Rothwell | The Telegraph

A woman wearing a protective face mask visits the Badaling Great Wall of China after it reopened for business following the new coronavirus outbreak in Beijing – AP

It was supposedly built to keep the bloodthirsty Mongolian conqueror Genghis Khan at bay. … Continues

Antarctica’s ‘deflated football’ fossil is world’s second-biggest egg

by Will Dunham and Dave Sherwood | Reuters

Antarctica’s ‘deflated football’ fossil is world’s second-biggest egg
Illustration of a fossil egg of a marine reptile found in Antarctica

(Reuters) – A mysterious 68-million-year-old fossil found on Seymour Island off Antarctica’s coast that looked like a deflated football has turned out to be a unique find – the second-largest egg on record and one that may have belonged to a huge marine reptile that lived alongside the dinosaurs.… Continues