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Overall, the researchers did not find a connection between the decrease in average body temperature and any individual variable or combination of variables.
This is especially problematic for neuroscience, where the variables—an animal’s neurons and the environment outside its brain—number in the billions.
The pandemic is, of course, the first variable that comes to mind.
These maps, Jain said, entail something akin to a polynomial calculating machine connected to a system of secret lockers containing the values of the variables.
Those early calculations of the universe’s expansion, however, had been based on distance measurements relying on Cepheid variable stars.
Plugging more variables into the model would help paint a more accurate picture, but that requires more precise data that we don’t really have yet.
That third variable is often approximated by the lactate threshold, which is the speed at which your lactate levels begin to gradually creep up as you start relying more on anaerobic energy.
Now, wolves in the US are protected under a variable patchwork of regulations.
After Katie became co-captain, she lobbied the school for a bigger budget, ran daily practices and made the boys stop naming variables in their code “thingy.”
Though the process of regenerating olfactory cells is “highly variable,” Turner said, the phenomenon usually goes away as people regain their smell function.

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