Ask AI3: What is hypothesize?
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The experts are thus forced to hypothesize sequences of events that have never occurred, probably never will -- but possibly might.
Among other arguments, supporters hypothesize that the Act creates additional legal risks for employers who then quietly avoid hiring people with disabilities to avoid this risk.
Some hypothesize that large quantities of wood were buried during this period because animals and decomposing bacteria had not yet evolved that could effectively digest the new lignin.
Scientists hypothesize that the K – Pg extinctions were caused by one or more catastrophic events, including at least one asteroid impact ( especially the one that created the Chicxulub crater ) or increased volcanic activity.
Scientists hypothesize that these organisms survived the collapse of plant-based food chains because they fed on detritus ( non-living organic material ).< ref name =" SheehanHansen ">
Though astronomers are not sure what has caused this ring of new stars, some hypothesize that it is from shock waves caused by a bar that is thus far invisible.
He went on to hypothesize that basic training in mnemonic techniques can help overcome those differences in part.
Researchers hypothesize that integration of neural signals from pelvic organs mediates the effects of diet on symptoms of IC:
They hypothesize media ownership by corporations, funding from advertising, the use of official sources, efforts to discredit independent media (" flak "), and " anti-communist " ideology as the filters that bias news in favor of U. S. corporate interests.
Some researchers hypothesize that cholinergic treatments, such as acetylcholinesterase inhibitors ( AChEIs ), may have beneficial effects on myelination, myelin repair, and myelin integrity.
Anthropologists hypothesize this may be due to humans having five digits per hand, ten in total.
Therefore one can hypothesize that the nine rounds included those in which the athlete participated during regional qualification competitions that were held before the major games.
Some researchers hypothesize that controlled-language activated circuitry consistently does not function properly in people who stutter, whereas people who do not stutter only sometimes display disfluent speech and abnormal circuitry.
This allows the author to hypothesize a loose collection of societies that exist largely in isolation from one another, providing the setting for her explorations of intercultural encounter.
Aristotle was one of the first to publicly hypothesize about the nature of light, proposing that light is a disturbance in the element air ( that is, it is a wave-like phenomenon ).
Some neurologists hypothesize that the putamen also plays a role in the selection of movement ( e. g. Tourette Syndrome ) and the " automatic " performance of previously learned movements ( e. g. Parkinson's disease ).
Specialized archaeologists called palaeoethnobotanists, relying on data such as the relative abundance of charred grains found in archaeological sites, hypothesize that the cultivation of millets was of greater prevalence in prehistory than rice, especially in northern China and Korea.
Despite research on DID including structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography, single-photon emission computed tomography, event-related potential and electroencephalography, no convergent neuroimaging findings have been identified regarding DID, making it difficult to hypothesize a biological basis for DID.
Some astronomers explain this by presence of small temperature fluctuations within planetary nebulae ; others claim that the discrepancies are too large to be explained by temperature effects, and hypothesize the existence of cold knots containing very little hydrogen to explain the observations.
Hudson-Kam and Newport hypothesize that in a pidgin situation ( and in the real life situation of a deaf child whose parents were disfluent signers ), children are systematizing the language they hear based on the probability and frequency of forms, and not, as has been suggested on the basis of a universal grammar.
Another way of defusing the poverty of the stimulus argument is to assume that if language learners notice the absence of classes of expressions in the input, they will hypothesize a restriction ( a solution closely related to Bayesian reasoning ).
SOM has been applied to detect abnormal conditions and to hypothesize about the nature of the abnormalities.
Payne and Nadal hypothesize these memories are then consolidated into a smooth narrative, similar to a process that happens when memories are created under stress.
Top-down parsers, on the other hand, hypothesize general parse tree structures and then consider whether the known fundamental structures are compatible with the hypothesis.
Descartes ' book of 1644 Principia philosophiae ( Principles of philosophy ) stated that bodies can act on each other only through contact: a principle that induced people, among them himself, to hypothesize a universal medium as the carrier of interactions such as light and gravity — the aether.

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