If it doesn’t get somewhere, it can’t do something.
OK, so we know about the Twin Tasks, the two things that a bullet has to do in order to stop an attacker:
1) It has to get to something the body finds immediately important, and
2) It has to do rapid and significant damage to that thing when it arrives.
Today we’ll be taking a look at Task #1: getting to something important.
Let’s start by pointing out that the user of the bullet ...Continue Reading →