pseudosolution

pseudosolution

(ˌsjuːdəʊsəˈluːʃən)
n
(Chemistry) chem a suspension in which the particles appear to be dissolved because they are so widely dispersed
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They thereby feel quite clearly how strongly the georadiation affects them, but the solution can only consist in the elimination of the georadiation, since medication-based shielding is just as much to be rejected as any other pseudosolution.
Another pseudosolution of this kind refers to the Spivak's famous paradigm of "the subaltern cannot speak" (1988a, 1988b).
It is conceivable for a given cryptogram and dictionary that a pseudosolution could be found in which an incorrect permutation gives a higher word count than the correct permutation.
Deineka, "Existence and uniqueness of weighted pseudoinverse matrices and weighted normal pseudosolutions with singular weights", Ukrainian Mathematical Journal, vol.
Democracy, with its individual freedom, seems economically out of joint, so that it must resort to makeshifts and breed nightmarish dreams of fascist pseudosolutions, worse than the ills they are intended to cure.
At any rate, the basic philosophical problems will surely be opened up for discussion again, and perhaps psychologists will stop relying on pseudosolutions or on unconscious unexamined philosophies they picked up as children" (p.
It has to offer immediate guidance, both in identifying useful steps and in warning against pseudosolutions.