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  • 1Hypothetical imperative — A hypothetical imperative, originally introduced in the philosophical writings of Immanuel Kant, is a commandment of reason that applies only conditionally: if A , then B , where A is a condition or goal, and B is an action. Then A would be a… …

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  • 2Hypothetical types of biochemistry — are forms of biochemistry speculated to be scientifically viable but not proven to exist at this time. While the kinds of living beings we know on earth commonly use carbon for basic structural and metabolic functions, water as a solvent and DNA… …

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  • 3Non-possession — is a philosophy that holds that no one or anything possesses anything.[1] It is one of the principles of Satyagraha, a philosophical system based on various religious and philosophical traditions originating in India and Asia Minor, and put into… …

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  • 4Non-rocket spacelaunch — Non rocket space launch (NRS) is a launch into space where some or all needed speed and altitude is provided by non rocket means, rather than simply using conventional chemical rockets from the ground. A number of alternatives to rockets have… …

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  • 5Hypothetical planetary object (non-scientific) — There are a number of planets or planetary bodies whose existence is not supported by scientific evidence, but which are occasionally believed to exist by pseudoscientists, conspiracy theorists, or certain religious groups. Some were proposed… …

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  • 6Hypothetical syllogism — Rules of inference Propositional calculus Modus ponens (A→B, A ⊢ B) Modus tollens (A→B, ¬B ⊢ ¬A) …

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  • 7Non-standard cosmology — Physical cosmology Universe · Big Bang …

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  • 8Non-cellular life — This article is about non cellular organisms. For cell like, non cell structures, see Syncytium. Non cellular life is life that exists without a cellular structure. This term presumes the phylogenetic scientific classification of viruses as… …

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  • 9Non-orientable wormhole — In wormhole theory, a non orientable wormhole is a wormhole connection that appears to reverse the chirality of anything passed through it. It is related to the twisted connections normally used to construct a Möbius strip or Klein bottle. In… …

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  • 10Non-physical entity — A non physical entity is an entity that lacks a physical or material body or material or physical characteristics. Non physical entities may be considered hypothetical, e.g. deities of religions no longer conventionally believed in, and used as… …

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  • 11non-parametric statistics — A branch of statistical inference which makes no assumptions about the underlying distributional form of variables . While parametric statistics are based upon an ideal hypothetical mathematical form for the data (usually the normal distribution… …

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  • 12Discovery and development of non-nucleoside reverse-transcriptase inhibitors — Non nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs) are antiretroviral drugs used in the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). NNRTIs inhibit reverse transcriptase (RT), an enzyme that controls the replication of the genetic… …

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  • 13Nemesis (hypothetical star) — Not to be confused with the hypothetical planet Tyche. Artist s conception of Nemesis as a red dwarf seen from a nearby debris field with the Sun visible in the center. Nemesis is a hypothetical hard to detect red dwarf star,[1] white dwarf star …

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  • 14Small but Significant and Non-transitory Increase in Price — In competition law, before deciding whether companies have significant market power which would justify government intervention, the test of Small but Significant and Non transitory Increase in Price is used to define the relevant market in a… …

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  • 15Phaeton (hypothetical planet) — Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus Olbers, who formulated the planet Phaeton hypothesis Phaeton (or Phaëton, less often Phaethon) is the name of a hypothetical planet posited to once have existed between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter whose destruction… …

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  • 16Lilith (hypothetical moon) — You may also be looking for an asteroid designated 1181 Lilith Lilith is a hypothetical natural satellite of Earth whose existence is not supported by any scientific evidence. In 1918 an astrologer Sepharial named the hypothetical moon Lilith and …

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  • 17The churches of Christ (non-institutional) — Churches of Christ (non institutional) Classification Christian, Restoration Movement Orientation New Testament, Restorationism (Christian primitivism) Polity Congregationalist Separations Disciples of Christ The label non institutional refers to …

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  • 18Japan's non-nuclear policy — Japan exhibits a firm non nuclear weapons policy, most popularly articulated as the Three Non Nuclear Principles of nonpossession, nonproduction, and nonintroduction of nuclear weapons.The policy only applies to nuclear weapons, not all nuclear… …

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  • 19Single non-transferable vote — The single non transferable vote or SNTV is an electoral system used in multi member constituency elections. Voting In any election, each voter casts one vote for one candidate in a multi candidate race for multiple offices. Posts are filled by… …

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  • 20chro|non — «KROH non», noun. hypothetical minimal unit of time in quantum physics. ╂[< Greek chrónos time + English on] …

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