The Importance Of Effective Early Warning and AI
During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the RAF faced the overwhelming odds of Goering's Luftwaffe. However, Air Chief Marshal of Fighter Command, Hugh Dowding was a unique innovator.
During the Battle of Britain in 1940, the RAF faced the overwhelming odds of Goering's Luftwaffe. However, Air Chief Marshal of Fighter Command Hugh Dowding was a unique innovator. Having anticipated the challenge ahead he had created and put into operation the first integrated air defence system in the world. This was his groundbreaking response to the general belief at the time that the bomber would always reach its target. However, the RAF early warning system worked incredibly well.
1.0 Why Do Humans Fight Wars?
My conclusion in Breaking the Code of History is that human systems fight over only one essential thing; resources. They may polarise their systems using national and religious themes, but the driving force is the availability of commodities needed to feed expanding systems (Nations and Empires). There are two key points on the commodity cycle that trigger conflict: