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While we’re still in the midst of vaccine development, it’s quite plausible that an attack could happen to stall the progress or run a vaccine trial off-course.
While this makes it slightly more plausible, the numbers are still way too high.
That immense energy just barely qualified the flash as the first plausible FRB from the Milky Way.
More frequent or disruptive lapses of attention “is one plausible explanation for why heavier media multitasking is correlated with poorer memory,” the team said.
GPT-3 can now generate pretty plausible-looking text, and it’s still tiny compared to the brain.
That means Georgia needs to be taken seriously as a plausible — if unlikely — tipping-point state.
After Chief Justice John Roberts wrote a majority opinion in the 5-4 decision in 2012 upholding the ACA, Barrett wrote in a legal journal that Roberts had “pushed the Affordable Care Act beyond its plausible meaning to save the statute.”
It should be a problem specific enough to be interesting, yet relevant to non-specialists, and with a solution plausible enough to take seriously.
Another eyewitness offered a plausible explanation for why Reinoehl might have pointed a handgun at the deputy marshals who had come to arrest him.
NEW EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS: FEDS DIDN’T IDENTIFY THEMSELVES BEFORE OPENING FIRE ON PORTLAND ANTIFA SUSPECTBY BRYAN DENSON FOR PROPUBLICA AND CONRAD WILSON, OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTINGOCTOBER 13, 2020PROPUBLICA
One week after the election, the Supreme Court will hear yet another challenge to the landmark health care law, and Democrats are now arguing that if Barrett is on the court, it’s plausible the law will be overturned.
THE BATTLE LINES ARE SET AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF THE AMY CONEY BARRETT HEARINGSAMELIA THOMSON-DEVEAUX (AMELIA.THOMSON-DEVEAUX@ABC.COM)OCTOBER 12, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT

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