Doesn’t the Emperor have some nice new clothes?
Illustration by Vilhelm Pedersen, Andersen's first illustrator

Doesn’t the Emperor have some nice new clothes?

In The Emperor’s New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen, the Emperor hires two weavers to make him a new suit of clothing. The weavers provide no actual clothes but swindle the Emperor by telling…

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Injury Prevention and Variation of Movement
Photo credit: Ian Muir via Flickr

Injury Prevention and Variation of Movement

Photo credit: Ian Muir via Flickr
Photo credit: Ian Muir via Flickr

There is a lot of talk in the media about preventing injuries during sports. A lot of that talk revolves around “fixing faulty mechanics” and “moving the right way” in order to prevent injuries, specifically the dreaded tear of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Many of the people saying these things are sports medicine professionals, but are they right? As I have written before, mechanics definitely play a role in ACL injuries, but it’s more complicated than that. So let’s look at what we actually know and how we as a profession are getting confused: (more…)

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How to Fool a Smart Person
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How to Fool a Smart Person

Wisdom is the love of truth. Intelligence and spiritedness can exist without it. Without wisdom, if some proposition floods their sense of beauty, they will believe it with all their…

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