uncontrollableness


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un·con·trol·la·ble

 (ŭn′kən-trō′lə-bəl)
adj.
Impossible to control or govern: an uncontrollable urge for a chocolate bar; uncontrollable rebels.

un′con·trol′la·bil′i·ty, un′con·trol′la·ble·ness n.
un′con·trol′la·bly adv.
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From the Oxford English Dictionary: "A sudden feeling of alarm or fear of sufficient intensity or uncontrollableness as to lead to extravagant or wildly unthinking behaviour, such as that which may spread through a crowd of people; the state of experiencing such a feeling." (122) I lack the expertise to engage with the neurology of panic.
I suppose it is a reflection of the complete uncontrollableness of the situation.