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Unusual things that do occur thus belong to a special area - or to put it technically, a restricted set. This is the set of affractors. 45 Cultural and Identity Attractors The cultural equivalent of attractors would be chiefs, tribes, states and what gives us identity, like religion, class and worldviews. 46 Chaotic Attractors Now, there is a class of attractors that are a bit out of the ordinary - they are known as “chaotic” or “strange attractors”. I I The strange attractors live in a mathematical construct known as phase space.

These infinitely complex patterns of curves and surfaces are exactly what we I should exwct. Even though rather few folks actually expected them. However, the name is too attractive for most scientists, and the term has stuck. The strange attractors have fuelled the fire of chaos theory. Researchers now look everywhere for strange attractors - in any system that appears to be acting randomly. 53 The Butterfly Effect Lorenz is also associated with the idea of “the Butterfly effect”. ”. He did not actually answer the question.

But at that time, nobody realized the significance of these sets for "physics of the real world". 37 The Use of Fractals Nowadays, fractal geometry is used to describe many complex phenomena. Fractals help us understand turbulence, not just how it arises, but the motion of the turbulence itself. Blood vessels can also be considered as fractals, as they can be divided down into smaller and smaller sections. They perform what has been described as “dimensional magic”, squeezing a large surface area into a limited volume.

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