War has changed. Its no longer about nations or idealoligies or ethnicity. Its an endless series of proxy battles fought by mercenaries and machines. War and its compsumtion of life has become a well oiled machine. war has changed. ID tagged soldiers carry ID tagged weapons, use ID tagged gear. Nanomachines inside their bodies enhance and regulate their abilities. genetic control. information control.emotion control. Battlefield control. Everything is monitored and kept under control. War has changed. The age of deterrence has become the age of control. All in the name of averting catastrophe from weapons of mass destruction. And he who controls the battlefield... controls history. War has changed. when the battlefield is under total control... war becomes routine.
Different answer: War was routine when it was fought with rocks every season by the same tribes. Technology changes, levels and capacity change, but basic tactical, logistical, and strategic issues never change. The Iraqis face the same problems against US tanks and bulletproof armor that Germanic tribes faced against heavily armored and organized Roman legions. The actual issues of engineering change, but the difficulties, how to defeat an enemy you can't directly harm in a stand-up fight, how to utilize or adjust weapons incapable of dealing lethal blows against enemy armor in a single strike, how to organize a system of traps to disrupt the supply lines of a force you can't confront directly.
Another example would be international arms races, arms regulation, and cold wars. The first recorded cold war was between the Sumerians and the Elamites 6,000 years ago. They utilized proxy forces, shifting alliances, arms races, and political maneuvering in much the same way as the US and USSR until Sumeria annihlated Elam in one quick war after several hundred years. The pope banned the crossbow in the tenth century. He believed it killed people so brutally, so efficiently, that no society could survive incorporating it into a war, and it would mean the end of Christendom (and indeed the crossbow has killed many times more people than the nuclear bomb, which I compare it to in terms of it's initial tactical value). Crossbow units for years did not fight but simply marched onto or near battlefields to get the enemy to leave, or faced off with other crossbow units without violence.
how has baking soda changed over the years.
yes it has changed over many years
its about families that have changed over the years
Because people's interest has changed over the years.
War has not really changed, men are still killing one another. Only the weapons and tactics have changed.
has hats changed over the years
How has the salary of the US president changed over the years?
the internet changed over the years by someone. SOMEONE CHANGED THE INTERNET!!! IDKW!!
they have changed over the years because now they have more sodium and more sugar and calories
they have changed our lives
it changed by... well it changed... It just changed!
Yes, gymnastics has changed over the years. Before, gymnasts would compete in the nude. That is one of the many ways that gymnastics has changed.
the coke recipie changed a few years ago
kenilworth has changed over the years of battles that have happened to it. the walls are bareley standing kelly
The actors over the years have changed
it has changed over the years, it has gotten more technology now then it did about 70 years ago i think.
Yes, maps have changed over the years. People are currently using the digital maps in this digital age.
computers have changed over the years when the windows and the keyboard is separated
whyhas the milk packaging changed over the years
Computers have changed in many ways over the years. Technology has advanced< and it has become more easy to do stuff!
Weather has changed over the last ten years by not much. There has been very slight increase in global temperature.
delhi has changed drastically over the past 10 years
YES, JAPAN HAS CHANGED OVER THE YEARS because there is another government
it has changed because of the presidents over time and different people in it