- It is important because the word based (found in books dating back to 1744) has been used by scientists to press and prove that the origins of baseball are found in Europe. Not so fast, suggests Mr. Perez – in fact, the evidence in the illustrations is what historians use to make their Eurocentric case. That fact is shocking – a “You are out!” call the judge podcast. What they illustrate as bases are not bases. In fact, real baseball bases were first developed here in USA, not Europe, Shows Winston.
- In the most judgmental evidence, Mr. Perez demonstrates how a passage about a game called Rounders from the 1828 book, The boy’s own book—As most historians have also used to claim that the English game Rounders is the source of Baseball – is in fact a revamped entry and a publisher’s marketing tactic. Not history.
- In another exciting discovery, Winston states that American Baseball is not even American baseball until 38 years after the first or second official baseball game was played in USA The difference? Baseball pitching: “The Kentucky Derby is not about racing, it’s about horse racing,” Determines Winston emphatically. “… 1884 is the true beginning of American baseball. That’s when the essence of the sport is there. That’s why Europe is not the source of American baseball. “
The obvious is not uses what some call the lack of discipline called concept modeling – one founded by Winston and based on how the abstract world actually works – to get to the core or essence of something and perfect it.
First book (due April 7th) in a series is called: The obvious is not … in baseball. Why baseball comes from USA. Not Europe.
Mr. Perez is the author of a groundbreaking and award-winning book (and a semifinalist in the BookLife Award – with a rating of 9 out of 10), called Concerning the Nature and Structure of Concept, which defines and explains this new discipline – a reason for the difference between ideas and concepts to explain why things fail and other things succeed. Mr. Perez says that this core discipline is a way for those with ideas, films, businesses or technology, to get to the essence of their project and perfect it. A BlueInk reviewer called his book “a startling new perspective on our world.”
Winston can be reached at 310 470-9070 or by email at [email protected]
Podcast link: The obvious is not
ConceptModeling website: https://conceptmodeling.com/
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