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Unfred, who is also director of external studies at Christian Heritage College, hypothesizes in a September 1984 article, "Asteroidal Impacts and the Flood Judgment,' that the postdeluvian detritus of this canopy could explain most of what is hurtling through space.
The children end up theorizing awkwardly about what other people are up to, Klin hypothesizes.
"What we hypothesize is that the carbon monoxide component of the diesel exhaust is actually making that environment even more hypoxic and disrupting normal gene programming that should lead to normal septation of the aorta and pulmonary artery," says Walker.
Wang's team hypothesizes that these people's dopamine systems and other brain areas motivating them to eat may be overriding the system that senses satiety.
However, Jack Feldman of the University of California, Los Angeles and his colleagues hypothesize in an upcoming Nature Neuroscience that the heart shutdown is actually the result of a condition known as central sleep apnea.
Wood hypothesizes that in some people, the proportion of methylotrophs among mouth bacteria may be low, leading to chronically high amounts of the stinky sulfur compounds.
Merchant hypothesizes that inflammation brought on by excess bacterial growth might suppress RUNX3 production.