What Is in My Cup?
It is amazing how life rotates us in different directions. One day it swings up upwards and then downwards, or rotates us clockwise or anticlockwise. I feel we are the cups on the Lorenz chaotic wheel. In this wheel we have buckets attached to it. A filling pipe fills the buckets with water. The buckets have holes in the bottom of them so they are continually losing some of their water. The filling of the buckets depends on what speed that wheel rotates and thus how heavy the buckets on one side of the wheel outweigh the ones on the other side. The wheel turns in the direction of the side with the heaviest buckets. If the buckets are a lot heavier on one side, the wheel turns very quickly and in so doing, the buckets passing under the fill pipe gather very little water. There are forces in play as well such as friction.
You may see the water wheel rotating chaotically in the following video. No matter how hard you try to predict the direction of the rotation your predictions shall be chaotic. It is like the chaotic prediction of "price rotation" in the stock market.
It occurred to me that many of the forces that act are like the buckets on the wheel. However; the buckets are not filled with water; rather with different materials. The filling pipe could be more than one pipe with different filling materials or the same pipe could have alternating filling materials.
Let me explain by example- population density is affected by two clusters: human factors and environmental factors. There are several factors within each cluster. Imagine now that the buckets are filled with these factors and try to guess to which direction the wheel of population density would rotate. These factors don't operate in isolation and affect each other. The weight of the factors and their emptying rate shall be among the factors leading to chaos. If population density is that complex, is it then possible to plan for them linearly?
This simple imagination makes me coin the term "On the Perimeter of Chaos". If the wheels filled with water only experience so much chaos, what would be the effect if filled with different materials? Let me visualize the situation in a simpler way. If the four tires of a car are filled not with air, but with four different materials- how would the tires function?
Our brains are the wheels with many cups in them. Do we have the butterfly's effect inside them? Are they rotating with ideas? We keep filling the buckets as we are doing now on beBee? Out of the rotation of chaotic wheel of ideas new ideas shall emerge. Different ideas might fill the same bucket. Are these ideas miscible, compatible, form emulsion, or segregate into layers? Do these ideas collide, break react other of join each other? New landscapes of ideas form.
I dedicate this post with my head turning in appreciation and praise of all Mamen Delgado has wonderfully contributed…and shall be contributing.0
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