Definitions

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  • adv. In a unitary way.

Etymologies

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unitary +‎ -ly

Examples

  • In my previous post I said "unitarily" - I meant "unilaterally" (Maybe Queerty could add a edit option to this board). steve tabarez:

    Queerty

  • In my previous post I said "unitarily" - I meant ...

    Queerty

  • THEN at long last, perhaps there might be the remote possibility of unitarily fair treatment for all peoples in the middle east.

    Matthew Yglesias » Getting Closer to Nowhere

  • At that point, the details about the chair will be irrevocably lost; thus such evolution cannot be described unitarily.

    Singularities and Black Holes

  • Your President can now unitarily declare a state of emergency and martial law at any time, just like they always do over here.

    After Bush, can we still salvage what is left of America?

  • What better way to enable in-fighting than by unitarily removing oppression from the agenda?

    Sex, Race and War

  • These different vacua are likely to be unitarily inequivalent, similar to what happens with Hawking radiation and the Unruh effect.

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Quantum Mechanics, But Were Afraid to Ask

  • The observable universe is a process which takes one nothing, the set of unitarily inequivalent vacua, to another nothing which is the Minkowski void at conformal infinity.

    Science and Unobservable Things

  • Then one demands for a physical representation that the time evolution be unitarily implemented, that the generator of this unitary group be bounded below, and that the lowest point in the spectrum be discrete (i. e has an eigenvector = vacuum).

    String Theory is Losing the Public Debate

  • The initial state of the universe consisted of some set of unitarily inequivalent vacua, which under a coarse graining define an entropy to spacetime.

    A Dark, Misleading Force

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