Ranging from laugh-out-loud comedy to, at times, heartfelt anguish, Chaos Theory
is reminiscent of both the dark satire of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five and the outlandish wit of Douglas Adams's Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
In another words, chaos theory
describes a set of different organizational forces, which exist in active strains.
organisms seek equilibrium ignores findings from chaos theory
It is also clear that chaos theory
would illuminate Shelley's revision of Milton in Queen Mab's depiction of the universe as a "wilderness of harmony" (2.
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IT is ironic that Jeff, 45, plays an expert in the Chaos Theory
- his private life has been chaotic since he first encountered the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park.
This book outlines the growth of chaos theory
and influence and then provides a thorough criticism of it.
The application of chaos theory
to individual and social behavior is still in the early development stages but is an outgrowth of its application to natural and biological phenomena.
Specifically, chaos theory
suggests there may be nothing in this world that is truly random and that all the disorder and apparent unpredictability about us is a natural product of deterministic processes.
Aside from the theoretical appeal cited in the previous paragraph, there are several "hot links" between chaos theory
(chaos) and risk management (risk):
It is a cliche of chaos theory
that a butterfly's decision whether to flap its wings at a certain moment may affect the course of a storm a month later on the other side of the world.
The book can be approached in several different ways: a summary of long-wave theories; as an application of chaos theory
to economics; as a merging of long-wave theories; as a new attempt to interrelate economic, social and political events; or as a challenge to conventional economic wisdom.