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- Curvy Mathematics
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- ► Solid Clues, by Gerald Feinberg (Moderators: Gauss, Overseers)

It is difficult for the human mind to classify and understand all the different types of complexity that occur in large systems. Two types of such complexity, however, offer some prospect for understanding through developments in applied mathematics and computer analysis. These two types of complexity are usually thought of as opposites and go under the names "chaos" and "order". Yet, there are indications that certain kinds of chaos and order are consequences of the same type of mathematical structure, known as nonlinear equations. Perhaps this is a modern version of the ancient philosophical view of the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras, who believed that opposites emerge from a formless Absolute, and eventually return to it.

- Curvy Mathematics
- ► Editio Princeps
- ► Solid Clues, by Gerald Feinberg (Moderators: Gauss, Overseers)

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