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“Our prosecutors have all too often inserted themselves into the political process based on the flimsiest of legal theories,” Barr went on.
THE STUNNING HYPOCRISY OF BILL BARRANDREW PROKOPSEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOX
Turn Wilson’s mathematical crank, and you get a related theory describing groups of those pieces — perhaps billiard ball molecules.
She also learns immediately that this theory is “not just incorrect but hateful, like saying that different races had different IQs” — and yet, “in my heart, I knew that Whorf was right,” that language does change the way you think.
It applies a different random error to each piece of information that’s encoded—which in theory makes it impossible to break without knowing the key.
Kindrachuk also works on ebola, and he says over the years many such theories have been put forth in scientific journals without provoking this kind of response.
In retrospect, the Falco looks like it might have been a simple corporate diversion to throw curious types off the GSX-R trail—a conspiracy theory that unravels when you factor in that the GSX-R had already been introduced earlier that year.
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Moreover, Occam’s razor doesn’t tell us to believe the simplest theory, but rather to believe the simplest theory consistent with the data.
In theory, people would be able to do more advanced tasks around the house if they could use multiple voice assistants on their devices, said Aaron Rubenson, a vice president for Alexa.
Filter bubbles, cyberterrorism, and now the broad spread of conspiracy theories have proliferated as our lives have migrated online.
Epidemiologists have been working to predict hotspots since the early days of the pandemic, and in theory, Google Trends could help build those predictions.

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