Making Sense of It
1 Cruel Creation
7 Coming Order
2 - Chaos
Lively Eternons are everywhere in the universe, and in immense numbers. A consequence of this multitude of (relatively) free Eternons is the inherent instability of their gatherings. An instability that only hierarchic order can restrain.
Hierarchy, however, is absent from large gatherings of similar Eternons such as galaxies, stars, clouds, streams, oceans, mountains, or volcanoes. Their total aggregate does not obey deterministic laws any more than the individual particles that make them. Within them, the same cause does not always produce the same effect. Hence our incapacity to predict their precise behavior.
Actually. we trust that there are universal laws because, in their average, atoms and molecules play by the rules. We develop reliable products and technologies because, at a specific level, physical sciences have validity. Yet, in spite of their remarkable degree of precision, "exact" sciences remain approximate. And when dealing with huge number of Eternons, they only discern chaos.
This imprecision shatters the dream of those scientists seeking to encompass the entire universe in rigid rules. Conversely, for a new breed of researchers, it opens fascinating new fields of research. Fractal geometry attempts to account for the many forms found in nature. The Theory of Chaos tries to introduce some coherence within anarchic phenomena.
Preliminary findings suggest that order is hidden within disorder. Further studies will reveal that our seemingly erratic universe is permeated with a consciousness never imagined. Eventually, as we close the gap between physics and metaphysics, we shall better understand and accept the unpredictable behavior of these Eternon structures that together we call "Nature."HOW TO VISIT
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