If my mother name changes one day, i don care how much you believe human memory is shitty i will NOT accept that i am misremembering. And like my mother name, i am absolutely 100% certain that Mona Lisa was not smiling, and Australia was not there! we do misremember things in our life, a lot of things, but when we do, we accept that, that is not a ME! ME is about things that we did know and they are changed. For example, until 18, i always thought New Zealand was a European country! That is an embarrassing mistake and i admit that.
No it isn and to think so is frankly from my perspective drips arrogance. Without condoning or condemning the actions committed during the invasion, taking prisoners is a liability in more ways than one from resource strain, traps, all the way to counter intelligence. During a invasion where all resources we being spent and many men such as paratroopers were behind enemy lines it was impractical to take prisoners when it could damage the invasions success and your own survival.
The rise of Trump, a candidate with no prior experience in the military or elected office, confounded nearly everyone in politics. Improbably, the real estate scion turned reality TV star had not even been a member of the Republican Party for long. That made his victory over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton even more stunning, preventing her from becoming the nation’s first female president..
Then we notice it is A and it has always been A like we remembered. (which is a flip flop). Now if you think this change never happened, and it was always A, explain why would we argue at some time that it was A and not B? and why would skeptics tell us that it was always B? again, i not saying it rational to have faith that the cereal box changed if u haven experienced it, but telling others who have, that they are wrong is also irrational when in fact, YOU DON KNOW..
Political espionage was just 1% of their job critical, most valuable one, but still only done by 1% of agents at the typical embassy, leaving the rest of the crew to work on getting industrial and science secrets.What about rocket engines created in the 70s that were so efficient the US used them from their discovery after the USSR collapse up until 2010? Not important enough?Nope. USSR invested its resources into producing a series of real simple but efficient engines. It like an army Jeep, simple but efficient, and mass produced back in the day so that you can still use one many years later, and find spare parts.