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Not having parts or aspects which are in conflict or contradiction with each other; consistent.

*‘the theory is both rigorous and self-consistent’**‘I can't vouch for the quality of the scientific references, but the information certainly seemed self-consistent and reasonable.’**‘The ideas are not always going to be those we personally hold, and indeed are not always going to be internally self-consistent.’**‘More than that, there is a positive pleasure in an intricate, sweeping and self-consistent act of creation.’**‘Feed them a complete and self-consistent background mythology to make the big lie sound plausible when it comes.’**‘We have carried out a self-consistent field study of the fusion of membranes consisting of flexible block copolymers in a solvent of homopolymer.’**‘To do so, we employ a standard model of amphiphilic polymers, which we describe in the next section, and solve it within the framework of self-consistent field theory.’**‘The myth that we perpetrate is that mathematics is reliable, self-consistent, and immutable, and that ‘good’ mathematicians do not make mistakes.’**‘Scenario planning involves the creation of a number (typically two to four) complete scenarios of the future, each of which is self-consistent but significantly different from the others.’**‘Attacked and defended by a thousand politicians and pamphleteers, it has held the field as the only theory which provides an intelligible, self-consistent, workable system.’**‘Molecular dynamics is now capable of calculating pressure profiles using a completely self-consistent model that treats all elements of the bilayer and solvent with equal accuracy.’**‘As yet, we do not know if these coincidences are just lucky outcomes of all possibilities, or whether there is one and only one possible combination that is logically self-consistent.’**‘The self-consistent approximation is a crude one, since in the case of the genetic switch, the state of a given gene is often determined by the number of protein products of the other gene.’**‘Working at about the same time, Heisenberg formulated matrix mechanics, which was the first complete and self-consistent theory of quantum mechanics.’**‘The methods they used have all been developed before by string theorists, but their merit was to put together the different techniques in a self-consistent manner.’**‘People begin to realise that while anarchism may be the most beautiful and self-consistent political idea out there, the process of actually making it happen would be utterly horrific.’**‘Therefore, the collapse is not self-consistent with the initial scaling hypothesis and consequently is incorrect.’**‘This study is an attempt to determine whether standard concepts of fluid mechanics can yield a self-consistent model of this process.’**‘The third step is to ascertain that the specifications are self-consistent.’**‘Therefore, a self-consistent method is necessary to determine these parameters.’**‘Every statement gains its validity by fitting into a self-consistent model, and by becoming a useful tool to myself or others.’*

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