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In place of dark matter, they substitute a subtly modified force of gravity.
Educators across the spectrum have acknowledged that online teaching, no matter its quality, is a poor substitute for in-person teaching.
Gödel’s extra insight was that he could substitute a formula’s own Gödel number in the formula itself, leading to no end of trouble.
HOW GÖDEL’S PROOF WORKSNATALIE WOLCHOVERJULY 14, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Many leaders have acknowledged that online education is a poor substitute for in-person learning.
“I think we’re substituting one form of inequity for another,” Wulfeck said.
Now that we’ve been forced to find substitutes for many components of our daily routines, maybe we’ll learn that we don’t need to be as dependent on our devices as we thought.
If we can’t find a substitute behavior to meet the underlying need, all things being equal, we’re going to revert back.
One team in Japan has now invented a do-it-yourself substitute.
The first people I lived with were my substitute teacher in seventh grade.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS
Impossible Foods is experimenting with fish substitutes, including an anchovy-flavored broth.

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