non-convergent love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not convergent; in mathematics, either divergent or oscillating.


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  • Lelyveld acknowledges, once again quite reasonably in my opinion, the increasingly non-convergent views on this subject in India and the Indian diaspora.

    Vamsee Juluri: Gandhi: The Truth

  • I might use GA as an absolute last resort on something hopelessly noisy and non-convergent, but these problems seem to be quite rare.

    Teach the Controversy

  • The Democratic party is in the middle of three non-convergent genetic lines: the pre-1960s liberals, with their Unions and populism; the 1960s liberals: inconsequential in themselves, a first-run, a confused jumble on the cusp; and post-1960s leftists: cynical, anti-populist, nationless, adrift, globalist, ultimately empty.

    "It was a time of uncertainty, hope and change. The summer of love."

  • As the outcome of a chaotic process, most, perhaps all, weather related variables will have high fractal dimension, and many will have non-convergent moments.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems #2 « Climate Audit

  • You are lost, and so are about a zillion non-convergent versions of you, wandering about the inn where they don't belong.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

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