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Brad Allenby and Mark Hagerott fear that is the case. They make the argument in an article in the winter edition of Issues in Science and Technology.
I am not persuaded, because there are strong counter-trends. But worth thinking about as you all draft your entries for the Future of War essay contest.
Meanwhile, here is a valiant but weak effort to rebut our Prof. Brooks.
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