296 more words“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” – Chaos Theory (aka the Butterfly Effect)

## Tags » Chaos Theory

#### The Butterfly Effect and the Non-Linearity of Time

#### 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). 224 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

#### Backspin Slot Machine Enigma

Sliding by the lucky numbers

Erupting one by one in the queue

Tailor-made for your death,

The cigarettes roll off the machines by the trillion… 107 more words

#### Systematically Introducing Chaos

There’s a branch of mathematics called Chaos Theory – the idea that “within the apparent randomness of chaotic complex systems, there are underlying patterns, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, self-organization, and reliance on programming at the initial point known as sensitive dependence on initial conditions.” 3,782 more words

#### Conspiritech's Hexylmathemagica Chaos Koans - 4/29/2017

Implied by the sandstorms, the storm keys were en route. Not to be taken unawares, the tricksiest of the Pixies came alive in the ferment & brought the lightning. 390 more words

#### Chaos, Fear Me

Schrödinger has a theory.

I have a box.

The box has a cat.

This is what separates me from mortal scientists. They are satisfied to remain within their bubble, toying with theorems and playing professor, fondling their formulae with the smug self-satisfaction unique to men who think themselves wise. 604 more words