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Freethought Sundays: Cordova Book Club

We are discussing chapters 5 & 6 of Think Like a Freak.

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  • Sara P.

    Sorry to have to miss again. We'll be out of town. Hope to see you soon.

    August 14, 2014

    • Jason

      What? Have fun and we'll see you the following week!

      August 14, 2014

  • Jason

    Follow up on a discussion at book club.....

    Here is a quick comment about the 4 minute mile mental barrier myth. The myth is that runners had a more difficult time beating Gunner Hagg's 4:01 one-mile world record compared to other world records because of, again, some unique mental barrier surrounding running a sub-4-minute mile. The main point is that runners toppled that 4 minute barrier as fast as--and in some cases faster than--other one-mile world records. There was no unique mental barrier. That myth based on folklore, not facts.

    August 11, 2014

    • Daniel

      But how could that be? It was in the book as fact!

      August 11, 2014

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