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Individual valuations of players are regularly updated by the CIES Football Observatory research team, and the algorithm attempts to offer a scientific determination of their current worth.
Pruitt noted that while he has no intentions of dismantling the 2009 "endangerment finding" that carbon dioxide harms human health, he said Congress should look into any legal basis to challenge the scientific determination.
government, whose scientists had "conducted no studies on the potential effects of high-dose, whole-body radiation exposure on the people of Japan/' tried to control the scientific determination of what had happened.
Following a scientific determination, residents and “green industry” professionals receive instructions about how to best deal with landscape problems as safely as possible, and typically receive Home Ground Fact Sheets designed to help residents better understand the issue and resolve it.
When examining this kind of scientific determination, as opposed to simple findings of fact, a reviewing court must generally be at its most deferential.
The UN peacekeeping department at UN headquarters said this week that it has been discussing the investigation with the World Health Organization in Geneva, which has the personnel and means to make the scientific determination about cholera in Haiti.
Other challenges still lie ahead for TRACES, including the certification of exports to third countries, a module that has already been developed but is awaiting an experimentation phase, connection to each member state's customs one-stop shop, scientific determination of controls on the basis of statistical risk analysis elements, and electronic certification," the Commission explained.
Nevertheless, we should strive for a more scientific determination of what is really necessary.
It would be a departure from accepted FDA practice for a scientific determination to be reached without a thorough and valid review, including access to the raw data," said Dr.
Panelists at the hearing agreed that the maximum contaminant level of arsenic is not protective at the current 50 parts per billion (ppb); but some panelists expressed concern beyond questioning EPA's scientific determination, stating that the proposed 5 ppb is too costly to rural and smaller water districts without an economically feasible cost-to-reduction-in-risk ratio, preferring a protective measure of 10 ppb at the lowest, to 20 ppb as recommended by the Science Advisory Board.
The Environmental Protection Agency is still investigating health claims from the drywall, and while much remains to be learned, lawsuits are not waiting for scientific determinations.
It also would make political appointees responsible for some scientific determinations and would stop the government from designating ``critical habitat'' that limits development.

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