from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being immiscible
- n. A measure of the degree to which a mixture of components is immiscible
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Incapability of being mixed, or mingled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being immiscible; incapability of being mixed.
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The tie-in with dark-matter is as follows: in early development, a matter-based galaxy produced antimatter mini black-holes once conditions of immiscibility were established between the two types of material.
But its precisely the turbulence of that wavefront, the immiscibility of consciousness with consciousness, that determines what subjectivity is.
CO2 can induce immiscibility both within the magmatic volatile phase and in hydrothermal systems.
Metals make admirable poles, in consequence of their high conducting power, their immiscibility with the substances generally acted upon, their solid form, and the opportunity afforded of selecting such as are not chemically acted upon by ordinary substances.
I guess Alan's story is just one more example of the tales of immiscibility that abound whenever the cold and hard light of reality is focused on how many Muslims in this country relate to wider society; stories which the liberal media choose to ignore, lest they cloud the propagandistic contrivance of fraternity. rapidly Muslims in the UK are growing, you begin to wonder what the future has in store.
The immiscibility [inability to blend] of water and oil breaks down if we introduce detergent into the mix.
Whether by politics as suggested by this Wikipedia article on Science and Religion or by an inherent immiscibility between its philosophies, science and religion have had periods during which they didn’t get along.