inconsistency


Inconsistency, the immediate placement of a prefix is ​​the antonym of the noun that denotes the rigidity and strength of something or situation. Inconsistency defines everything that is not firm, therefore, the main characteristic of something when it is inconsistent is the vulnerability to variables that can corrupt its proper functioning. The use of the term inconsistency can be found in the same fields in which the original term, consistency, is used, since this represents an opposite and antonymous effect.

We apply techniques in daily life that imply the resistance of some material, the inconsistency of these can interrupt or damage the construction of a solid structure. The situation around the application of the term is better explained in examples, as it was done with consistency.

In chemistry, there are chemical substances whose state of matter is liquid, in order to be useful or have a certain application they must have a certain consistency, the inconsistency of this prevents the development of an experiment, so that there are some fundamental variables for which the inconsistency is present. Inconsistency in chemistry is nothing more than irregularity in a desired state of matter.

In law, the inconsistency in the evidence that is presented can be a cause of guilt in the case that it is tried to prove innocence. That is, if the evidence is not clear enough, it is not known for sure what its origin is, there is no clear overview of its function regarding its veracity.

Simply, the inconsistency is the lack of solidity, in most cases, the firmness of some material or instrument is needed to make a structure with it, otherwise, said structure will also yield due to its inconsistency. It is a relative term, as a noun, it depends on the environment that surrounds it, the variables that affect it and the senses that are applied in order to understand how it works.