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unreconciliable

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Unreconcilable.

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  • adjective Not reconciliable.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ reconciliable

Examples

  • You see a statistic called the Subsample Signal Strength or Expressed Population Signal, where under the circumstances of any of these sites, the dendro people would claim that their signal is accurate to within very small percentages – but such claims are clearly unreconciliable with the big divergences between nearby series – a completely different Divergence Problem than the NAS Panel has in mind, but a big one nevertheless.

    5 Niwot Ridge Chronologies « Climate Audit

  • You see a statistic called the Subsample Signal Strength or Expressed Population Signal, where under the circumstances of any of these sites, the dendro people would claim that their signal is accurate to within very small percentages – but such claims are clearly unreconciliable with the big divergences between nearby series – a completely different Divergence Problem than the NAS Panel has in mind, but a big one nevertheless.

    5 Niwot Ridge Chronologies « Climate Audit

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