Some of the most innovative baseball teams have rebuilt their teams this year around an ascendant strategy that defense is the key to victory. But can nifty glovework please homer-hungry fans?
Some of the most innovative baseball teams have rebuilt their teams this year around an ascendant strategy that defense is the key to victory. It's not a new idea, but "it's the first teambuilding idea in some time to be embraced by all three of the sport's strongest constituencies -- the statisticians, the scouts and the bean counters." But after decades of rooting for bulky power hitters swatting home runs, will fans really come out to the ballpark to watch nifty glovework?
The Russian-built FEDOR was launched on a mission to help ISS astronauts.
Atheism doesn't offer much beyond non-belief, can Secular Humanism fill the gaps?
- Atheism is increasingly popular, but the lack of an organized community around it can be problematic.
- The decline in social capital once offered by religion can cause severe problems.
- Secular Humanism can offer both community and meaning, but it has also attracted controversy.
- "Prior to nervous systems: no mind, no consciousness, no intention in the full sense of the term. After nervous systems, gradually we ascend to this possibility of having to this possibility of having minds, having consciousness, and having reasoning that allows us to arrive at some of these very interesting decisions."