Many animals have special abilities, for example the excellent olfaction of dogs, or the magnetoreception—sensing magnetic fields and using this sense for navigation—of certain birds and rodents. But what about human beings? What might be their superpower? Certain type of track and field athletics, specifically mid to long distance running and walking can either pretty much destroy testosterone levels or actually increase them, depending on the amount of training. This is an important aspect of the overall energy level and thus, the performance of a man. Not so long ago, there was a guy—atypically muscular for a middle-distance runner—called Alan Webb, who still holds the one mile US record he ran in 2007. He mentioned how his training was similar to the tale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" in this article. His training worked the best when he and his coach got everything just right without overtraining, just like how in the tale Goldilocks tastes the three bowls of porridge and one is too hot, the other one's too cold, and finally she selects the one with the temperature being just perfect. There's a so-called Goldilocks principle in science describing this very thing. In the real world, nothing can be calculated and forecast beyond limits—a certain margin of error and time interval. It's because things—including everything from the body of an athlete to weather—are in constant, chaotically random change, interconnected with everything else in the great infinite universe. Because of this, people with better intuition skills will clearly be at an advantage; they will be able to feel when they're in the "Goldilocks zone" better.