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The Law of Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions

Butterfly Effect: Metaphor for the existence of seemingly insignificant
moments that alter history and shape destinies. Unrecognized at first,
they create threads of cause and effect that appear obvious in retrospect,
changing the course of a human life or rippling through the global economy.
The unspoken implication: All existence is one unified field of consciousness.

In1963, Edward Lorenz theorized that a butterfly might flap its wings, moving molecules of air into motion that in turn moved other molecules of air, eventually becoming able to shift weather patterns on the other side of the world. Commonly called The Butterfly Effect, it has been granted the status of a law. Read on.


Edward Lorenz

During the 139th [1972] meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Edward Lorenz posed a question: “Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?”

The concept referred to as the butterfly effect has been embraced by popular culture, where the term is often used to emphasize the outsize significance of minute occurrences, as in the 1990 movie Havana, in which Robert Redford, playing the role of Jack Weil, a gambler with a knack for math, proclaims to his costar, Lena Olin, that “a butterfly can flutter its wings over a flower in China and cause a hurricane in the Caribbean.”

Lorenz, the mild-mannered Massachusetts Institute of Technology meteorology professor who developed the concept, never intended for it to be applied in this way. Indeed, he meant to convey the opposite point. [See Intelligentsia. ]

  

The purpose of his provocative question, he said, was to illustrate the idea that some complex dynamical systems exhibit unpredictable behaviors such that small variances in the initial conditions could have profound and widely divergent effects on the system’s outcomes. Because of the sensitivity of these systems, outcomes are unpredictable. This idea became the basis for a branch of mathematics known as chaos theory, which has been applied in countless scenarios since its introduction.

Lorenz’s insight called into question laws introduced as early as 1687 by Sir Isaac Newton suggesting that nature is a probabilistic mechanical system, “a clockwork universe.” Similarly, Lorenz challenged Pierre-Simon Laplace, who argued that unpredictability has no place in the universe, asserting that if we knew all the physical laws of nature, then “nothing would be uncertain and the future, as the past, would be present to [our] eyes.”

Lorenz discovered that this deterministic interpretation of the universe could not account for the imprecision in human measurement of physical phenomena. He observed that nature’s interdependent cause-and-effect relationships are too complex to resolve. To approximate the most likely outcomes for such complex systems as weather patterns, he began using sets of slightly different starting conditions to conduct parallel meteorological simulations. This method is still used today to generate our daily weather forecasts.

“You could not remove a single grain of sand from its place
without thereby… changing something throughout all parts
of the immeasurable whole.” -- Fichte, The Vocation of Man

On the cover of this issue, we pose a question: “If we could rerun life from the beginning, would it turn out the same?” In "Replaying Evolution,” Zachary Blount addresses this question through empirical analyses of the Long-Term Evolution Experiment, an ongoing study in experimental evolution—now approaching 30 years of investigation—that has been tracking genetic changes in several initially identical populations of Escherichia coli bacteria. He investigates the role of small differences in the evolutionary substrate on the outcome of the process.

Although Lorenz died in 2008, it’s clear that his enduring contribution to our understanding of complex systems deserves celebration—particularly this May 23rd [2017], which would have been his 100th birthday. -- Jamie L. Vernon -- Source

Notes

Many intellectuals are invariably prone to futilely use multiple figures to figure IT, i.e., use figures to figure ONE. See Intelligentsia.

Pages To Ponder

All Is One

Be Your Allness

1 And 1 Equals 11

One Is The Answer

You Are The Essence

      


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