Many people perceive that pool fighting is uglier and leads to more double hits than elimination bracket fights. But is this really the case?
Healing broken bones is fairly routine in modern medical practice, but a brain injury is a completely different story. The physics behind what causes concussions, and why they are fundamentally different from injuries as we are used to thinking about them.
Stiffness of a training simulator is something that is often thrown around to help determine its safety. But what makes something that way?
What does it matter how a tatami falls down? When the fall is all that’s left, it matters a great deal.
A small collection of things too small to deserve their own article.