The proposed “hybrid aerospace-underwater craft,” could supposedly navigate with equal precision through space, air and water with no heat signature and “engineer the fabric of our reality at the most fundamental level.”
Here’s something to watch out for. When a writer or speaker resorts to gross exaggeration, it probably means factual efforts aren’t enough to convince people because he or she doesn’t have much of an argument. In this way New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, political ethicist Richard Painter and retired Army Colonel Lawrence Wilson recently discredited themselves.
To build their political case, Trumps opponents frame every dispute with the President in dire terms: proof of his unfitness and the imperative of removing him. No misstep is too trivial. Is that really what the Founding Fathers had in mind?