Aesthetics of High-tech Intimidation. F-35 Lightning II and a Design for Human Reception
“They felt as secure as spectators at a bullfight; they risked their money perhaps on the result, but that was all. And such ideas of war as the common Americans possessed were derived from the limited, picturesque, adventurous war of the past. They saw war as they saw history, through an iridescent mist, deodorised, scented indeed, with all its essential cruelties tactfully hidden away.” – H.G. Wells, The War in The Air (1908)
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