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  • Supercavitating Torpedoes: Biggest Threat to the U.S. Navy (America Doesn't Have Them)?

    Caleb Larson Technology, Middle East Supercavitating torpedoes are the future. Here's What You Need To Remember: Supercavitating torpedo technology is complex, especially mastering turns. Defending against supercavitating torpedos would be incredibly difficult. But, if this technology could be mastered, it may revolutionize naval warfare. Both Iran and Russia claim to have supercavitating torpedoes—but what are they? Supercavitation Supercavitating torpedos are rocket-propelled and ride inside...

    The National Interest
  • As confederate emblems fall hopes rise for U.S. evolution

    Mississippi has moved to drop the confederate emblem from its state flag, a sign that as confederate emblems fall, the U.S. could be deeply changing. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the possibilities for growth vs. stagnation as America faces its racial past.
  • M&S and Next compete for UK arm of Victoria's Secret

    The US brand put its British arm into administration earlier this month Marks and Spencer and Next are competing to take control of the UK arm of the lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret. The US brand put its British division, which has 25 stores and employs more than 800 people, into administration earlier this month after a stormy period during which sales fell and the UK division slumped to a pre-tax loss of £171m. Continue reading

    the Guardian