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... taken as true that should be avoided because they cannot be tested, and 2) hypotheses ... probability was built on four axioms developed in the late 17th century The probability of a hypotheses is a non-negative real number The probability of necessary truth equals one If two ... data, however, can never prove that the hypotheses (h) is true, but relies on an inductive inference by measuring the probability of the hypotheses relative ...
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... According to another theory, Abkhazians of African descent are the descendants of the Colchians, the inhabitants of the ancient kingdom of Colchis in present-day western Georgia ... However, the question of the likelihood of at least some continuity between the ancient Colchians and current Abkhazians of African descent is not known, because there is no available, reliable evidence of the existence of an African population in historic Kolkhi ...
... Many other hypotheses have been proposed, such as the spread of a new disease, or simple out-competition following an especially successful biological innovation ...
Famous quotes containing the word hypotheses:
“But dont despise error. When touched by genius, when led by chance, the most superior truth can come into being from even the most foolish error. The important inventions which have been brought about in every realm of science from false hypotheses number in the hundreds, indeed in the thousands.”
—Stefan Zweig (18811942)
“We shall do better to abandon the whole attempt to learn the truth ... unless we can trust to the human minds having such a power of guessing right that before very many hypotheses shall have been tried, intelligent guessing may be expected to lead us to one which will support all tests, leaving the vast majority of possible hypotheses unexamined.”
—Charles S. Pierce (18391914)