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prediction

(pri-dik′shŏn)
1. An act of predicting.
2. Something predicted.
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For example, in equation 10, the weight of resource integration and real time observation and scientific prediction to information flexibility (dependent variable) is m1, m2, and j1=m1*15.
Scientific predictions are that temperatures will continue to rise across the planet.
The Quadrantid can be viewed best either in Europe or North America, depending on which scientific predictions work out for its path.
It is also necessary to focus on educating the public to think critically about science, so that no scientific predictions are taken at face value without questioning.
The final chapter critiques string theory, characterizing it as an emerging religion that cannot make scientific predictions.
For example, Arctic's sea ice has melted faster than even most conservative scientific predictions.
30 ( ANI ): Scientists have said that changes in average climatic conditions combined with the increasing frequency of unpredictable, extreme weather events may disrupt scientific predictions of the future penguin populations.
Thorough studies, practical analyses of the urban state and scientific predictions, in addition to the state's ability to strictly enforce the law against violators, would all contribute to the ability of enforcing the law against all violators, which will absolutely contribute to end the city's loss of architectural gems.
Assuming the correctness of scientific predictions of global climate change and coming of peak oil, Stein (U.
In a move that immediately became irresistible fodder for late night comics and editorial cartoonists, the Republican-controlled North Carolina Legislature this summer approved a law that bars state agencies from considering scientific predictions of how much sea-level rise will impact the state's coastline.

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