Science seeks to reduce the multiplicity and heterogeneity of facts as they occur to these simple formulas of law.
A new principle has been introduced, an element of heterogeneity.
And the lapse into heterogeneity of temperature, so obvious in this extreme case, is ever taking place more or less in all cases.
But how is that kind of heterogeneity insured which is required to carry on life?
The Milan results are suggestive rather of heterogeneity in the material than of any decided secular change in a or b.
But we have yet to notice another kind of heterogeneity of surface similarly and simultaneously caused.
heterogeneity, that is, differentiation, is introduced by form.
We merely learn that some kind of heterogeneity is inevitable; but as yet there is nothing to tell us what kind.
Matter moves by its own energy, by a necessary consequence of its heterogeneity.
While the social organization has advanced in coherence and heterogeneity, it has also advanced in definiteness.
heterogeneity het·er·o·ge·ne·i·ty (hět'ə-rō'jə-nē'ĭ-tē)
The quality or state of being heterogeneous.
Cultural, social, biological, or other differences within a group. (Compare homogeneity.)