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Q: question about chaos ( Answered 3 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: question about chaos
Category: Science
Asked by: peter_kky-ga
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Posted: 25 Sep 2002 09:11 PDT
Expires: 25 Oct 2002 09:11 PDT
Question ID: 68912
please simply explain what's the "chaos theory" and where could i get
the information about it?
Subject: Re: question about chaos
Answered By: nauster-ga on 25 Sep 2002 22:25 PDT
Rated:3 out of 5 stars
"Chaos Theory" is more a general term rather than a specific theory.

The outline of the concept is:
1) For certain systems, small changes in the present state of the
system can lead to very large differences in a future state of the
2) It is impossible, even in theory, to have exactly precise
measurements of any system.
3) Therefore, it is impossible to make long-term predictions about
certain systems.

Those systems where small changes to the initial conditions can result
in very large differences down the road are called "chaotic" systems.
The weather is believed to be a chaotic system. John Conway's
mathematical game of Life is another example of a chaotic system:

An excellent place to read about chaos is Dr. Matthew Trump's short
online course:

Greg Rae has got a slightly different way of explaining it which might
also prove helpful:

Google search used:
chaos theory introduction

peter_kky-ga rated this answer:3 out of 5 stars
not bad

Subject: Re: question about chaos
From: wilfredguerin-ga on 30 Jan 2003 22:12 PST
Chaotic and Entropic theories are severely short sighted. In all
natural systems, one fundamental and identified (fractal) pattern is
intrinsic to all derived natural vibrations in all realms of analysis.
In our current system, the complexity is quite vast due to
interactions of particles over a long period of time, however, if
mapped accurately, the intrinsic natural pattern and vibration is
easily descerned and is intrinsic to all current indicators and
systems. In short, knowing the complex numerical value of the seed
natural vibration (note: "big bang" is INCORRECT, it is a continual
cycle) you may easily reduce out the natural characteristics and thus
be capable of analysing the residual characteristics, thus tracing the
finite particle's interactions and history the complete cycle between
emination and current, and thus be able to track its potential
interactions throughout the future.

Contact for more info.

The fundamental theories of quantum physics, especially the second
fundamental theory of thermodynamics, are severely flawed.

Research labs which simulate nuclear reactions have exhibited the
capacity to do such computations, however, they fail to accomodate the
intrinsic natural pattern exhibited fundamentally by all realms. Time
is included in this natural cycle.
Subject: Re: question about chaos
From: apollon-ga on 14 Apr 2003 17:46 PDT
I think, nobody can "explain what's the "chaos theory", because such
theory does not exist yet... Chaos takes place in many complex
systems. Those systems have more than billions of degrees of freedom.
There are billions of scenario how the complex systems can demonstrate
chaotic behavior. Only several dozens of those scenario are
investigated in theory of Dynamic Systems with several (from three to
about ten) degrees of freedom. Those several dozens of the
investigated scenario are called 'The Theory of Deterministic Chaos in
Dynamic Systems'.  A lot of links to the “Chaos Theory”, which is
actually  “Deterministic Chaos Theory”, is available in the Google

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