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subrosa wrote

"Idc" summarizes my conclusions best.

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fortmis OP wrote

Aren't ya glad I gave it as an option?? >:)

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roanoke9 wrote

Idc.

Binaries are spooks, time is an illusion yet I'm not getting younger. I'm gonna base my actions on this world, this particular body and not the multiverse or the endless or whatevs.

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fortmis OP wrote

What about the multiverse of endless whatevers??

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roanoke9 wrote

Haha- that would make a better movie than any MCU titles - Something, something of the infinite shrug.

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Fool wrote

Chaos is not order, but created by Order.

Without Order, Chaos doesn't exist.

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veuzi wrote

Y/N

You could consider chaos as a "spontaneous order" or "unpredictable order" but I think there's also something to be considered with the words being commonly treated as opposites.

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fortmis OP wrote

Yaaa other than my primary reason of posting this (being a gremlin), my secondary inspiration was wanting to pull these two terms closer together

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moonlune wrote (edited )

In physics, a chaotic system is a system from which a minute difference in the starting state creates a huge difference in the final state, similarly to what we usually call the "butterfly effect".

Chaos is high energy and order is low. The double pendulum is a good visualization of a chaotic system. If you pull the pendulum up, and let it drop down slowly it'll be orderly, but if you jerk it strongly in one direction it'll be chaotic.

So when we increase global temperature we increase the energy in the atmosphere and the weather becomes more chaotic: more extraordinary states, tornadoes, temperature peaks, etcs.

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IHateTories69420 wrote

chaos and order are both impositions on reality by the human psyhe

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kore wrote

i really like this answer and your username

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IHateTories69420 wrote (edited )

aw thank you if you like it you may like discordianism

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d4rk wrote

according to math, yes

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fortmis OP wrote

Go on

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d4rk wrote

A great example of how chaos is order within a mathematical sense, which you can actually see, is the fourier series multiple conditions can be added or subtracted to the initial conditions but it will nonetheless form the same order over time

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Fool wrote

The Chaos form is the UB00, you don't need order a copy, there's an electronic version that you can fill out.

🐿️

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rattledlove1139 wrote

thinking about this put dominos in my thoughts but having a hard time putting to words exactly.
Like order and chaos sometimes happen together and sometimes chaos is more or less controlled. You can make dominos line up in picture and try carefully influence how each one falls or you can just WHACK and listen to funny noises. So maybe chaos is order sometimes

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