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Views such as this, unsupported by evidence, generally receive little to no attention from within the everyday scientific community.
But in meetings with investigating agencies, the CPJ was told that Avakov has limited access to investigation files, and that his statements are unsupported by evidence.
But in meetings with investigating agencies, the CPJ was told that Avakov has limited access to investigation files and that his statements are unsupported by evidence.
There have been some, like Pascal and William James, who thought that belief, unsupported by evidence, may, nonetheless, bring some benefits to the believer.
California officials said its industrial relations and consumer affairs departments and state medical board have no oversight of the practice, calling it an experimental and alternative treatment unsupported by evidence.
If any proposal to carry forward this option is taken forward by the hospital, I think it would be likely to be challenged on a legal basis, because it would be irrational and unsupported by evidence.
Angara said the proposed system would ensure that "the committee's time would not be wasted" and that witnesses could not use the committee as a venue "for personal attacks or vendettas unsupported by evidence that has real probative value.
Sometimes, in fact, more information can heighten people's concerns and prompt them to act in ways unsupported by evidence.
The JIC attempts to support its conclusions on other alleged attacks, which remain unsupported by evidence.
Despite these assurances, C4 Dispatches insisted on maintaining their anonymity because, Ryanair believes, these individuals know that their claims are false and unsupported by evidence.
Most arguments for domain-specific innate biological endowment, saltational language evolution, semantic internalism, and computational optimality have been proposed for decades and are unsupported by evidence and/or citation of sources.