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- v. Present participle of exponentiate.
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Suppose, for example, that I increased the payoffs for this game by exponentiating 5.
The human race is on the verge of becoming radically different as physical "impossibilities" are dissolved by exponentiating advances in cybernetics and genetic engineering.
It would be interesting if this followed an exponentiating trend.
It's become a race -- and an unfair race at that, because practitioners of tribal religiosity have access to the same exponentiating technology as those who are at least marginally "enlightened."
If you were going to do it, you should have sunset all of these regs and had them end at a time certain so that you weren't piling up, exponentiating, the losses in this industry.
The idea of automatically exponentiating systems (von Neumann machines) for extraterrestrial mining has been seriously developed by von Tiesenhausen and Darbro at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (see "Self-Replicating Systems" -- NASA Technical Memorandum 78304).
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