This isn't a wireless technology story but it is interesting.
An article to be published next month in the American Journal of Physics deduces that steroid use can boost a star player's home run output by 50 percent.
There are several assumptions involved but the reason for the big jumpwhich is not what most of use would guessis that homeruns are at the "tail" of a normal, bell-shaped distribution of how far balls are hit, and statistically the tails are disproportionately affected by small changes in the distribution.
In layman's terms, for long balls that land near the fence, it takes only a few more feet to turn them into home runs.
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