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- v. Present participle of desynchronize.
- adj. That causes desynchronization
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- n. the relation that exists when things occur at unrelated times
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Twenty-four-hour daylight was desynchronizing, and watching Mount Discovery glittering away busily in the small hours felt like stealing a march on time.
Matter density was too great, as was the chance of gravitation desynchronizing your quantum jumps.
This wave-length, actually identical with the diameter of an electron, that is to say, being accurately "tuned" to an electron, disrupted the orbital paths and balanced pulsations of the electrons within the atom, so desynchronizing them as to destroy polarity balance of the atom and causing it to cease to exist as an atom.
This means that the attacker cannot learn the bits without desynchronizing the sender and receiver.
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