The second game in the Modern Warfare series, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, was released on November 10th, 2009 to great financial and critical success just like it’s predecessor, although certain fans had mixed feelings due to the game’s departure from grounded-realism to scenes inspired by Hollywood action films such as a Russian invasion […]Read more "Modern Warfare vs. Real Warfare, Part 2 of 3"
One of the most popular video game series of all time, Call of Duty, has encompassed conflicts from World War II to the Cold War to the future. The sub-series that made it the success it is today, Modern Warfare, depicts a fictional conflict between the West (Mostly through American and British characters) and a […]Read more "Modern Warfare vs. Real Warfare, Part 1 of 3"
The SR-71 Blackbird, developed from the A-12 aircraft, first flew in 1964 until it was eventually retired in 1998. A high-altitude spy plane, the SR-71 has held the Air Speed Record since 1976 for flying 2,193mph, could fly 26,000 miles high, and was used during the Cold War to take surveillance photographs of targets within […]Read more "A Flying Relic of the Cold War"
The Cold War, the great ideological struggle that divided the world for decades after World War II until the Fall of the Berlin Wall, pitted the United States and NATO against the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact in the greatest arms race the world had ever seen. When the Warsaw Pact dissolved and the […]Read more "Is A Threat Growing In Russia?"
A popular hobby, referred to as amateur radio (Meaning anyone who utilizes radio for recreational use without intending to make money from it) allows people to communicate with each other, listen to music, etc. However, these radios have sometimes picked up broadcasts that are mystifying and totally incomprehensible. These broadcasts are referred to as number […]Read more "Number Stations: Everywhere and Nowhere"