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When particle physicists try to model experiments, they confront an impossible calculation — an infinitely long equation that lies beyond the reach of modern mathematics.

A massive graviton — one whose reach doesn’t spread quite all the way across the universe — might be able to explain why the universe acts the way it does.

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We may yearn for them but they are unreachable now, left in a past that seems almost to belong to a distant planet.

Despite repeated attempts, the army was unreachable for comment.

He was “unreachable” and believed to be living in Jakarta, Indonesia, according to the Grosseto court clerk.

The phone is again off and unreachable, meaning investigators cannot trace its location.

But marriage for two men or two women seemed like an impossibly unreachable goal.

Shakespeare here justifies the claim on his behalf to be placed alone and unreachable.

Rather one is pushed from behind and drawn from in front to an ever unreachable goal.

"The Captain" seemed as remote and unreachable as though the length in feet that separated us had been miles.

This was perched up, however, at such an unreachable height from the ground, that the bed was on a level with Mrs. Lyndsay's chin.

Alan looked up at the seemingly unreachable towers of the Earther city just across the river from the Enclave.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unreachable, such as: distant, elusive, faraway, impassable, impervious, and insurmountable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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