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Erosion may have partly worn away what was originally a circular earthwork, the researchers speculate.
However, some of those people also speculate Apple may have plans to build a bigger ads business of its own.
In the face of sustained hardship, which has the potential to encourage dangerously high levels of cortisol, a weak stress response — that is, producing less cortisol — could be “nature’s way of preserving the brain and body,” Gunnar speculates.
Scientists have to speculate, which could go one of two or three ways, or maybe some way they haven’t seen yet.
So a weak stress response could be “nature’s way of preserving the brain and body,” Gunnar now speculates.
Some are even speculating he sees it as his “October surprise.”
Ever since the platform left the chronological feed behind and moved to the algorithmic feed years ago, marketers, content creators, and users alike have been speculating on what exactly determines which posts make it to the top.
Ever since OpenAI first announced GPT-2, people have speculated that it was vulnerable to abuse.
Intriguingly, the researchers speculate that with enough well-designed training environments, the approach might yield a general-purpose reinforcement learning algorithm.
Although the team didn’t directly observe fluids moving underground, the scientists speculate that beneath the fault zone lies a reservoir of groundwater that previously had been sealed off from the zone.

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