The ‘butterfly effect’ is a formal mathematical principle underpinning chaos theory, and describes how small, incremental changes can compound into an outcome seemingly unrelated to the starting environment. It shows how two apparently distinct and distant events may in fact be related and how complex, dynamic systems are highly sensitive to initial conditions… [Please click below to read the full note.]
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