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imponderable

(ĭm-pŏn′dĕr-ă-bl) [L. in-, not, + pondus, weight]
Incapable of being weighed or measured.
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A recent phone call made me realize anew the imponderability of the situation, causing the end of the story to touch the beginning.
In its torsion and imponderability, the oak, like Robinson's twined novels, argues for the importance of both what we can and what we cannot know.
Therefore, E = Ta x [alpha]/Tf where 'Ta' is the actual, 'Tf' the forecast ecological dimension and '[alpha]' a coefficient of imponderability.
These changes tend to alter the patterns of societal relations structures in industrial society, leading to new strategies of social life that have become increasingly open to imponderability such as ecological issues centered on global warming, the increased use of biotechnology and technological applications of genetic research to health.
I argue that Benigni intends that the imponderability of Dr.