What would the effect be if the twenty highest paid athletes in the world gave one tenth of their salaries to charity?
Who says they don't? Rarely do people tythe their 10 percent. If you wanted to give your 10% to the poor, don't use charities, their overhead makes your 10% turn into 1-3% on average, but it would surely help.
SAT's are not designed or normed to predict salary range. They do a reasonable job of predicting success in academics during college. Peformance in college may correlate with higher salaries, but these facts together do not PROVE that SAT's will strongly correlate with salaries. There could be a partial correlation, or an overlapping kind of effect.
The rippling effect seen on the lower midline of the abdomens of some athletes is caused by hypertrophy of what muscle?
Penicillin has no effect on the fungus that causes athletes foot. Penicillin itself is derived from a fungus. Penicillin is anti-bacterial, it affects bacteria. Penicillin may be used if the athletes foot is serious enough to cause a bacterial infection. Anti-bacterials can cause athletes foot and other fungal infections to worsen by killing the "good" bacteria we all have on our skin and in our bodies. Some of those bacteria feed on fungi.
Lynn Courage has written: 'The effect of stress management, biofeedback and mental skills training on the composure and performance of intercollegiate track and field athletes' -- subject(s): Physical education and training, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Physical education and training, Psychology, Stress (Psychology), Track and field athletes, Training