Weiss, who had been in the firehouse consoling families throughout the day, said he struggled to explain the unexplainable.
But because the amounts differ, it was either a lab error or an unexplainable anomaly.
“There is something about the DNA of Israeli innovation that is unexplainable,” Shainberg said.
early 15c., from Latin explanare "to make level, smooth out;" also "to explain, make clear" (see explanation).
Originally explane, spelling altered by influence of plain. Also see plane (v.2). In 17c., occasionally used more literally, of the unfolding of material things: Evelyn has buds that "explain into leaves" ["Sylva, or, A discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions," 1664]. Related: Explained; explaining; explains.