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The Wall Street Journal : Constructal Evolution of Football


Matthew Futterman explains why team sports keep evolving toward speed and taller athletes. American football is one example, and its natural design (strategy, game rules, athletes’ measurements) evolves toward easier flowing, in accordance with the Constructal Law.

[ WSJ Article (online, HTML) ]



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