When comparing objects: An ambiguously large range of values spanning several orders of magnitude (e.g. powers of ten) between two objects. An "orderly" range has no upper-limits, yet starts with a difference large enough to change the number of direct interactions and interference.
Sand grains, bacteria and atoms are orderly smaller than human beings. Stars such as our sun are orderly brighter than candle light.
by cardiodynamics November 18, 2013