Adapting Science to Chaos
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|A new mathematics and metaphysics specifically designed for chaos, complexity theory, and chaotic and complex dynamical systems. The Heisenburg uncertainty principle limits experimentation: optimizing science for chaotic and complex dynamical systems requires new math based on the logic of evolution, instead of on non-linear functions of rational measurement. Includes Predictive Deduction: Expanding the Arsenal of Science, a document defining and defending the new procedure, with a link to reviews.|
|Math Topics:||Dynamical Systems, Chaos|
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