Letters, Life, Fleeting Butterfly

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Life is like a fleeting butterfly | New Straits Times

#NSTletters Further complicating the situation are interactions between parts within the changing system. These causes new conditions that feed back into and may set the stage for new phenomena.

26/9/2021 5:18:00 PM

NSTletters Further complicating the situation are interactions between parts within the changing system. These causes new conditions that feed back into and may set the stage for new phenomena.

Chaos Theory, a branch of mathematics, peculiarly concludes that despite the behaviour of a complicated system that can follow or be governed by certain deterministic laws, its future remains in principle unpredictable.

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