• Commented on A deceptively simple question
    Replacing horses with motor vehicles was indeed a long process, so long it is still unfinished, but in Napoleon's times an army could very well include more horses than men (cavalry, artillery, ammo wagons, supply wagons, officers mounts, remounts...) Today,...
  • Commented on A deceptively simple question
    Awfully sorry, Mr. Tingey, but no, I don't think we can. If EMP-generators were that lethal, then any kind of electronic/electrical equipment would be useless. It would mean armies of today or tomorrow couldn't use guided missiles, radios, radars, computers,...
  • Commented on A deceptively simple question
    Hmm... past 'innovations in transport technology' have a) allowed more traffic to travel along a route and/or b) shorter travel times and/or c) cheaper, safer travels. Often all of them in varying proportions. In addition they have had unintended consequences...
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