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Start Loving Chaos Like It's Your One True Love

“Chaos makes us move. It makes us think on a higher level, because it feels like our time is limited.”


Best ideas come while you’re under the pressure. 642 more words



So, let me start by stating what butterfly effect is!.. In terms of chaos theory, it is a phenomenon in which a small change in a complex system can produce large effects elsewhere. 251 more words

James Clerk Maxwell: Light in Nature and in Faith

The Scotch physicist James Clerk Maxwell FRS FRSE (13 June 1831 in Edinburgh – 5 November 1879 in Cambridge) was one of the chief figures among 19th century physicists. 626 more words


Mortal Chaos Series by Matt Dickinson

These three books take the chaos theory and put it into story form. The books follow the same format but each story is different and is a stand alone. 264 more words

Book Reviews

The Butterfly Effect and the Non-Linearity of Time

“It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world” (The Butterfly Effect, 2004 movie)

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Introducing the Butterfly Effect

According to the Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions theory, also called the Chaos Theory, but more known to mainstream media as the Butterfly Effect, “the flap of a butterfly’s wings might ultimately cause a tornado” (Peter Dizikes, February 22, 2011). 296 more words


You Are Chaos

My apologies for the late post — I was stuck in a whirlwind of APs. But, I hope you enjoy the following piece!

Whoosh — you hit the ball and it sails across the net and onto the opponent’s side. 760 more words