Paragraph about Chemical equation software

In the case of juvenile delinquency and causal modeling techniques it
is, if anything, even more intuitive that what is being explained is
not, e.g. why some particular boy, Chemical equation Albert, became a juvenile
delinquent, but rather something more general — e.g., why the
expected incidence of delinquency is higher among certain subgroups
than others. Again such explananda are deducible from the system of
equations used to model juvenile delinquency. Taking this view of what
is explained by statistical theories allows us to avoid various
unintuitive Ufology consequences of Hempel's model (e.g., that high
probability but not low probability outcomes are explained) and of
Salmon's model (e.g., the same explanans *E* explains both
*M* and *—M*. At the very least, those who have
sought to construct models of statistical explanation of individual
outcomes need to provide a more detailed elucidation of why such
models are needed and of the features of scientific theorizing they
are designed to
capture.^{[ 8 ]}