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The actual content wasn't even an article in wired magazine, most of the authors efforts are more about moralizing the use of weapons that don't yet exist and though listed are poorly defined. A scathing critique is leveled at America yet no one else ,
It was more of a liberal rant in a coffee shop than using deductive reasoning as to how said technology I'll impact the battle space, solid Monday morning quarterbacking on the Iraq war which has never been done.....
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Good discussion of national issues relating to defense and some discussion in the early chapters of developing technologies. He is right about the need to improve the education of the average citizen, and also their general intelligence. He rightly warns of the dangers of the genetic warrior-engineering plans of our adversaries. None-the-less, I would have preferred more information about extremely crucial high-tech developments which will limit the necessity for war in the future, and less about the political infighting of liberal Washington politicians and Harvard academics. In conclusion he warns we are at a critical inflection point and therefore the public need be more informed about the issues to ensure our security and avoiding wasteful arms races.