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Dec 21 2015
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The Phoenix Raven teams are tasked with protecting a single vehicle. It’s called “close in air security”. The idea is to compensate for the fact that not every location can be made secure. Read more

Dec 19 2015
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Okay but if you want to be able to sell the license then a more stringent authentication system is needed and consumers have roundly rejected those. If that authentication system fails then Steam probably goes under which doesn’t benefit anyone.

Dec 17 2015
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It doesn’t exactly cost you many but it does mean that the money you spend does much less.

Dec 16 2015
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To be fair to Rubio (shudder) his answer was very good. He hedges a bit on the details but given that he mentions the subs first he’s probably looking at them as the priority (which is the right call IMO).

Dec 16 2015
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There will always be something a single person or small group does not know or does not know well Read more

Dec 16 2015
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I feel like there’s no point at all in maintaining the air portion of the nuclear triad at this point. Upgrade the submarines (which we need to do anyway) and make sure the silos are working. I just don’t see a scenario where we have the ability to fly a bomber into enemy air space and also have no choice but to use a Read more

Dec 14 2015
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Well there’s Dunwich Borers and Cabot House. That’s more than the previous games but not a ton. Given that the Dunwich Borers evidently dug their tunnel directly beneath the Asylum from the Cabot House questline they may even meant to relate in some way. Read more

Dec 14 2015
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I enjoy Lin’s Fast and Furious movies, too, but Star Trek shouldn’t be defined by its fight scenes and high energy action. Like would you want TF&TF 17 directed by Terrence Malik? No? But he’s a great director! Same basic problem.

Dec 13 2015
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This is an interesting concept but seems like a poor use of the technology. Dual CPUs aren’t for more performance they’re for increased uptime in enterprise environments (and frankly the number of cores isn’t a major factor for a gaming system). Really I’d say that what this proves is that the graphics card is where Read more

Dec 12 2015
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I fully expect that when laser weaponry is finally fielded on fighter it will be carried like a sensor pod.

Dec 11 2015
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What I find strange is that for all the drones we have no one has thought to make an anti-aircraft drone. Surely if the future of air combat is BVR then having a person sitting in the cockpit makes no tactical difference.

Dec 8 2015
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There is basically zero chance that a traditional nativity scene would have this law enforced. Selective enforcement of laws is definitely a thing.

Dec 8 2015
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Its hard to say if those models are meant to be to scale. As presented the Starfury can’t be much larger than a van and the X-wing is meant to be the size of a fighter jet. The Millenium Falcon is big enough for five people to live in comfortably.

Dec 7 2015
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I agree this can’t be to scale especially since the Starfury and X-wing look nearly the same size as the Millenium Falcon.

Dec 7 2015
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Does Iraq still even really exist at this point?

Dec 6 2015
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Of this exact kind? No. Missile based anti-aicraft weapons are most important if enemy aircraft could arrive with little to no warning. The US has never been in such a position. Any attack would give plenty of time for the Navy and Air Force to respond. We do have air defenses but they’re focuses on stopping long Read more

Dec 3 2015
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I think my biggest question is: “Why isn’t suicide an option?” If Savage has to kill them in order to live and they always get reincarnated then killing themselves ends the cycle with no real downside.