Amount of texts to »chaos« 66, and there are 61 texts (92.42%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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First text on Apr 12th 2000, 09:41:50 wrote
hanz about chaos
Latest text on Dec 3rd 2014, 23:44:03 wrote
copyriot about chaos
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on Mar 7th 2007, 04:16:34 wrote
ccc about chaos

on Dec 3rd 2014, 23:44:03 wrote
copyriot about chaos

on Jul 8th 2007, 04:29:24 wrote
sinner about chaos

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Randy wrote on Mar 25th 2003, 19:06:14 about


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It has been said that systems tend toward chaos. However, abundant evidence shows systems constantly reaching upward toward order. No can look at a seed and say where the tree will have branches (chaos) , but the general shape of the mature tree will be easily recognized (order). Evolution creates higher levels of order in an attempt to become one with the original perfect order.

PikeWake wrote on May 15th 2000, 14:02:37 about


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»Mister Order, he runs at a very good pace, But old Mother Chaos is winning the race«
-Lord Omar Khayaam Ravenhurst, K.S.C.,
»The Book of AdviceThe Honest Book of Truth

whocares wrote on Dec 1st 2000, 14:38:37 about


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out of the swirling chaos comes form and order...

Seamus MacNemi wrote on Jun 12th 2002, 21:32:57 about


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Chaos is the plow
which tills the fertile earth
so that new seeds might be planted

Melissa wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 19:31:39 about


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I disagree with the idea of chaos being the field that underlies all things, and that it was prior to the big bang theory. I think that whole collection of ideas is an escatalogical viewpoint and very culturally biased.

Perhpas chaos is more a balance to the idea of order...both being present in any structure and necessary for existence.

unfurl wrote on Sep 28th 2000, 16:34:13 about


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I tell you, one must have chaos in one to give birth to a dancing star. Nietzsche

modig wrote on Jun 29th 2002, 00:45:07 about


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Chaos theory, you know the one where someone says a butterfly flaps its wings in China and a Hurricane happens somewhere else?
Well I'll Explain it now:
Some scientist (whose name I don't remember) was working on one of the first weather simulations. He wanted to stop it, leave, come back, and restart it. So he wrote down all of the values of all the parameters in the simulation. He came back and re-entered all of the values. The simulation acted very differently than before. At first he was confused. Then he realized that he had rounded off the numbers. The difference between the acutally number, and the numbers he used was small, so small that it was compared to the effect of a butterfly flapping its wings and changing the air pressure.
Weather, and other systems, depend very heavily on current conditions, and small differences in current conditions will grow to huge differences over time. This is one reason why you should forgive your weather man if he is wrong about next weekend.
You may think that if we could just measure the conditions exactly we could predict the weather perfectly. If you think that, you are wrong. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle tells us that there is a limit to how exactly things can be measured. And even if we measured to the fundamental physical limit described by Heisenberg, those small errors would grow, and the weather predictions would only be accurate for a month or so.
So anyway, I basically said:
In some systems, like weather, small differences at one time grow to huge differences at a later time, and some people like to call this Chaos Theory.

DJRitchey wrote on Oct 31st 2001, 23:43:13 about


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The air displaced by the downward thrust of a butterfly's wings in Bejing affects the weather in New York.

whatevernext96 wrote on Oct 18th 2001, 16:34:45 about


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Who decides what is order and what is chaos? Where does one end and the other begin, or vice versa? Would this endless puzzle matter, if only one were in the company of those (capital 'T' or not?) who knew exactly where the balance lay and never fell over the edge.....

hanz wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 09:41:50 about


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Chaos is the field that underlies all things which exist.
In the beginning there was Chaos. Before the big bang all
order was bound into the monoblock, a point smaller than an
electron. All else was Chaos. After the big bang the
various dimensions of order were spontaneously created by
the inherent symmetry of the original matrix. These
dimensions continue to expand through the continuum, but
still the underlying Chaos remains active and potent

sara the mac wrote on Apr 14th 2000, 08:36:26 about


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chaos theory deals with, among other things, turbulence. fractals too. i'm drawing a blank here, half-remembering an old old cold-war joke about god and one of stalin's henchmen arguing over god's existence. god said something like, »who do you think created order out of the chaosand stalin's henchguy shot back, »who do you think created the chaos

i didn't get it then, and i probably mis-told it now.

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