Wednesday, September 1, 2010

1 September 2010: The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect basically states that small, seemingly insignificant actions can cause large results. It is based on the effect of the wind generated by a butterfly flapping its wings. A butterfly's wing movements can affect the weather and possibly cause a tornado in a completely different part of the world. Due to small unknown factors large systems, like the weather, become impossible to predict.

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