- completely confused or disordered: a chaotic mass of books and papers.
- We’re grappling with a new chaotic and climate-changed reality.
- That would be hard to do with the chaotic churning of the sun.
- Simulations from Kraus’s team, though, found that the chaotic gravity from the triple stars’ orbital dance alone was enough to break up the disk, a phenomenon called disk tearing.
- Electrical signals are fairly chaotic in the brain, and filtering spikes from noise, as well as separating trains of electrical activity into spikes, normally requires quite a bit of processing power.
- Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work — and helping everyone make sense of an increasingly chaotic world.
- Nobody knows chaotic living quite like Don Draper, what with juggling high profile clients, his many paramours, and travel.
- The universe becomes a chaotic universe if you have a parent or authority figure who just punishes you totally randomly.
- Which brings us back to the chaotic scene at 26 Federal Plaza.
- Instead, “the Father of the Constitution” stayed home to try to make sense of his notes of the chaotic Convention thus far.
- Bureaucrats confide that the reason ticket counters at train stations are so chaotic is to encourage bribes.
- Human life will continue to be more and more dangerously chaotic until a world social idea crystallizes out.
- But, as generally happens, in the course of passing from ignorance to knowledge, the intermediate stage was chaotic.
- He scarcely thought, though his lips moved, as if chaotic words were struggling for utterance.
- I was trying—chaotic task—to gauge the possibilities inherent in the quality of the British aristocracy.
- For a while, however, royal governors still remained, and government was everywhere in a chaotic state.