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Urban Eyes

Science News – February 06, 2013
By Nathan Seppa

Urban Eyes Rogers Hornsby, one of the best hitters ever to swing a baseball bat, had a reputation for being standoffish. Teammates complained that he didn’t socialize, even balking at attending movies — prime entertainment during the 1920s. Sitting in a dark theater watching a bright screen made it difficult to hit a baseball, Hornsby used to say. Hard to argue with a guy who reportedly had terrific eyesight and who finished three seasons with a batting average better than .400. Hornsby might have been onto something that scientists are only now coming to embrace: Too much time spent indoors may contribute…
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