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Chaos does not refer to randomness; just the opposite is true.
Chaos is a higher for of order where randomness and stimuli become the organizing principle rather than the more traditional cause and effect inthe Newtation/Euclidean sens.
Even in our brain, one part(the left hemisphere) is looking for stability and another part(right hemisphere) is looking for chaos.
What we call our "conscious" mind(left hemisphere) is the only part of our brain that ever goes unconscious or sleeps. The other parts of our brain work continuously without a break .
Since Aristotles time, we have spent much more time educating and using the stable(linear left hemisphere) part rather than the chaos(non-linear right hemisphere) part of our brain.
Physicists have chosen the word chaos, a term that is fundamentally misleading, as the name for the new science that studies complex nonlinear dynamic systems.
Chaos does not refer to randomness; just the opposite is ture. Chaos is a higher form of order where randomness and stimuli become the organizing principle.
Chaos is not new; it has been around since before time and humankind We are the products of chaos, not the inventors of it. Chaos is what got us here and chaos will take us further into the future. Even in our brain, one part (the left hemisphere) is looking for stability an another part( right hemisphere) is looking for chaos.
Nonlinear logic makes it obvious that stability is temporary and chaos is forever.
If we were to create the world from our left hemisphere perspective, we would have straight rivers, round clouds. and cone-shaped mmountains. Our natural world came from nonlinear sources. Products created by humans, such as language, came from the left hemisphere and consequently are digital and linear .
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