- n. Plural form of explanation.
“One of the main explanations is that airport security, flawed as it is, makes such attacks much more difficult than they were pre-911.”
“The problem with introducing supernatural "explanations" is that the supernatural is not a scientific explanation, and in fact is the antithesis of a scientific explanation.”
“And the explanations from the self-satisfied “experts” that of course their kind of sex-ed in school caused teens suddenly to become more careful about not getting pregnant.”
“Once upon a time, "naturalistic" explanatations, as in explanations by reduction to some physical law, were seen as evidence of ID:”
“One of the newest explanations is "trust," which varies widely between societies and is strongly correlated with economic growth, says Paul Zak, an economist at Claremont Graduate University.”
““One of the few possible explanations is that couples with younger husbands violate social norms and thus suffer from social sanctions,” says Sven Drefahl.”
“They are far more interested in explanations that buttress their beliefs than in actual verifiable causes of problems.”
“NRDC and dozens of Gulf Coast groups continue to raise concerns, request documents, and ask for explanations from the federal government, but most of the information is still not available, and the reopenings continue.”
“As we hear from fishermen that reopened areas are showing signs of oil, NRDC and Gulf Coast groups request documents and ask for explanations from the government.”
“They seemed to be very slow to conclude what * has* to be concluded eventually: the most likely explanation amongst possible explanations is that someone hoaxed them.”
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