bubble hypothesis

bubble hypothesis

A theoretical component in the evolution of life on earth, which posits that bubbles facilitated incubation of the primordial ooze into viable organic molecules.
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By falsifying the bubble hypothesis of the accelerating expansion, NASA missions like Hubble bring us closer to the ultimate goal of understanding this remarkable property of our universe.
An academic audience would expect a more rigorous defense of the bubble hypothesis.
Kang and Stulz (2000) proposed a simple way to test the bubble hypothesis regarding the stock market crash in Japan.
However, this is not enough evidence to support the bubble hypothesis, because banks might have expanded their operations in some growing cities in the 1980s and have reduced their operations in other stagnant cities in the 1990s.
As suggested by Kang and Stulz (2000), the bubble hypothesis indicates a negative relationship between branch changes in the late 1980s and those in the 1990s.