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This page is devoted to the presentation and exchange of ideas regarding novel hypotheses, hunches, theories-in-progress, etc. All established hypotheses started out as someone's wild notion, and this page pays tribute to them by creating a forum where people with original or unconventional ideas can publicly present and discuss them. See also our AD Hypotheses page.
Submit a hypothesis. Comments are definitely encouraged!
(We also recognize that it is a subjective exercise to decide whether a hypothesis is still half-baked or fully formed and testable. Your opinions on this matter are also welcome.)