2.5 Chaos theory applies everywhere

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Summary:
The laws of chaos are science 2.0. It is the old classical mechanics that have taken a huge step forward. The interesting thing is that the laws also apply to everything mental and to all abstract phenomena.

For where is the distinction between nature and ... non-nature? In our world which we have said is mental, where matter, time and space are a notion of thought, there are no differences. Everything is thought. Everything is nature. What we observe in the nature around us is also valid in the mental – and vice versa.
2.5.0-1  Chaos theory thus governs what we perceive as the material. The planets' orbits, weather and wind, the movements of the animals, the spread of plants in a forest, the spread of viruses in a population.

2.5.0-2  Where there is a defect, it is filled up. Where there is too much, it overflows. But where there is a lot, it can also be attracted more - if it is gravity we are talking about. Something small can become very powerful if everything goes wrong. Something powerful can suddenly break down and become a disorder.

2.5.0-3  The laws of chaos are active whether they control electricity, the pressure in the air, temperatures, density, movements, growth, distribution or any physical quantities and phenomena. The laws of chaos are the mechanisms that control the development of the physical quantities in a dynamic system where everything affects everything. They play together, with each other, against each other, harmoniously and disharmoniously.

2.5.0-4  Sometimes it takes billions of years so we do not see it. Other times it takes picoseconds so we do not see it. Sometimes the changes are so small that we do not understand that they are important. Other times they are so big that we do not understand where they came from.

2.5.0-5  Almost everything is a dynamic system. When setting up an experiment in a laboratory, you usually have to make a significant effort to eliminate the influence of everything that is not relevant to what you want to investigate.

2.5.0-6  Not relevant? In the world, everything is relevant. When one examines phenomena and mechanisms by isolating them from all other influences, one has created an artificial, unnatural situation. A situation has been created that does not exist in nature. The world is not a collection of isolated laboratories. The world is a dynamic, complex system.

2.5.0-7  Sometimes the laws of chaos lead to attraction, other times to repulsion. Sometimes reinforcement happens, other times things slow down. It depends on what physical properties we look at, what phenomena, what processes, what forces are at play. Everywhere we will find attractors (attraction) or repellors (repulsion), butterfly effects, feedback, repetition, scale independence and self-organization.

2.5.0-8  The laws of chaos are science 2.0. It is the old classical mechanics that have taken a huge step forward.

2.5.0-9  And there is more, for what is nature? Where is the distinction between nature and ... non-nature? In our world which we have said is mental, where matter, time and space are a notion of thought, there are no differences. Everything is thought. Everything is nature. What we observe in the nature around us is also valid in the mental - and vice versa.