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77,406.   Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of void, but out of chaos.  (Invention & Create & Chaos)  Mary Shelley 

 

 

2,997.  We seem to inhabit a universe made up of a small number of elements – particles – bits that swirl in chaotic clouds, occasionally clustering together in geometrically logical temporary configurations.  (Universe & Elements & Chaos & Particle)  Timothy Leary, Chaos & Cyber Culture

 

 

4,307.  There is a strange and unexpected relationship between order and chaos.  (Human Being & Order & Chaos)  Professor Jim Al-Khalili, The Secret Life of Chaos BBC

 

80,704.  Alan Turin was a remarkable man – one of the greatest mathematicians who ever lived.  He discovered many of the fundamental ideas that underpin the modern computer.  Also during the second world war he worked here at Bletchley Park.  (Chaos & Maths)  ibid.

 

80,705.  Chaos is one of the most overused words in English.  But in science it has a very specific meaning.  It says that a system that is completely described by mathematical equations is more than capable of being unpredictable without any outside interference whatever.  (Chaos & Maths)  ibid.

 

80,706.  The Butterfly Effect ... started turning up everywhere.  ibid.

 

80,707.  Unpredictability was hardwired into every aspect of the world we live in.  ibid.

 

80,708.  To be scared of chaos in pointless.  It is woven into the basic laws of physics.  ibid.

 

51,568.  The discovery of chaos was a real turning point in the history of science.  As it tore down the Newtonian dream, scientists began to look more favourably at Turin and Bellusov’s work on spontaneous pattern formation.  And perhaps more importantly as they did so they realised something truly astonishing: that there was a very deep and unexpected link – a truly cosmic connection – between Nature’s strange power to self organise and the chaotic consequences of the butterfly effect.  (Nature & Chaos & Mathematics)  ibid.

 

51,569.  They discovered that the natural world could be deeply, profoundly unpredictable.  That the very same things that make it unpredictable also allow it to create pattern and structure.  Order and chaos – seems the two are more deeply linked than we could have ever imagined.  (Nature & Chaos & Mathematics)  ibid.

 

51,570.  Underlying nearly all the shapes in the natural world is a mathematical principle known as Self Similarity.  (Nature & Chaos & Mathematics)  ibid.

 

51,571.  Turin’s patterns, Bellusov’s reactions and Mandelbrot’s fractals are all signposts pointing to a deep underlying natural principle.  (Nature & Chaos & Mathematics)  ibid.

 

 

6,166.  The only geniuses produced by the chaos of society are those who do something about it.  Chaos breeds geniuses.  It offers a man something to be a genius about.  (Society & Genius & Chaos)  B F Skinner, Walden Two
 

 

11,072.  I work much better in chaos.  I couldn’t work in an absolutely tidy studio.  (Art & Chaos)  Francis Bacon, cited The Art of Francis Bacon 

 

 

20,513.  They’ll be the rulers of the chaos.  (GBH Films & Chaos)  Romanzo Criminale 2005 starring Kim Rossi Stuart & Anna Mouglalis & Pierfrancesco Favino & Claudio Santamaria & Stefano Accorsi & Jasmine Trinca et al, director Michele Placido, chief rozzer

 

 

66,634.  We live in a rainbow of chaos.  Paul Cezanne

 

 

66,635.  Chaos, a rough and unordered mass.  Ovid, Metamorphoses

 

 

66,636.  Lo! thy dread empire, Chaos! is restored;

Light dies before thy uncreating word:

Thy hand, great Anarch! lets the curtains fall;

And universal darkness buries all.  (Chaos & Anarchy)  Alexander Pope, The Dunciad 1742

 

 

60,201.  And I proceeded to where things were chaotic.  And I saw there something horrible: I saw neither a heaven above nor a firmly founded earth, but a place chaotic and horrible.  And there I saw seven stars of the heaven bound together in it, like great mountains and burning with fire.  And he said unto me: ‘This place is the prison of the angels, and here they will be imprisoned for ever.’  (Angel & Chaos)  Enoch 1:21:1-4

 

 

66,637.  Chaos is inherent in all compounded things.  Strive on with diligence.  Buddha

 

 

66,638.  I think frankly when it comes to chaos you ain’t seen nothing yet.  Nigel Farage

 

 

66,639.  There was a time when my whole life was in chaos, really, and I didn't help myself sort it out.  But one day I came to my senses, and I think I was lucky because a lot of people don’t.  Billy Idol

 

 

89,741.  This is chaos in slow motion.  (European Union & Chaos & Refugee)  Panorama: Europe's Border Crisis: The Long Road, BBC 2015

 

 

89,788.  It is only a step from boredom to disillusionment, which leads naturally to self-pity, which in turn ends in chaos.  (Step & Boredom & Chaos)  Manly Palmer Hall

 

 

2,757.  Why is the universe the way it is?  Why does it follow rules and laws?  Why is there order instead of chaos?  (Universe & Cosmology & Laws & Anthropic Principle & Chaos)  Stephen Hawking’s Grand Design: The Key to the Cosmos

 

 

98,121.  I work much better in chaos.  (Artists & Chaos)  Francis Bacon, interview Melvyn Bragg South Bank Show 1985

 

 

100,023.  I enjoy chaos and disorder – not just because they help me professionally.  (Comedy & Chaos)  George Carlin, Jammin’ in New York, HBO 1992

 

 

119,394.  Booze isn’t really your drug of choice anyway.  You’re addicted to chaos.  (GBH Films & Chaos & Addiction)  Changing Lanes 2002 starring Ben Affleck & Samuel L Jackson & William Hurt & Kim Staunton & Toni Collette & Sydney Pollack & Tina Sloan & Richard Jenkins & Akil Walker & Cole Hawkins & Ileen Getz & Jennifer Dundas Lowe et al, director Roger Michell  

 

 

119,557.  Passengers, this is not a shoe, this is disorder.  This is size ten chaos … We must all of us in this train of life remain in our allotted station.  (Science Fiction & Chaos & Order)  Snowpiercer 2013 starring Chris Evans & Song Kang-ho & Tilda Swinton & Jamie Bell & Octavia Spencer & Ewan Bremner & John Hurt & Ed Harris & Go Ah-sung & Luke Pasqualino & Alison Pill et al, director Bong Joon-ho, Minister Mason   

 

 

119,689.  The chaos that they’re going to have to bring about in order to change us over into the New World Order system they want is the only thing that will in some way free things up for a change to happen in a different direction.  (Chaos & Change & New World Order)  The Corbett Report online 2018 ‘Can Chaos Be Good'  

 

 

121,786.  They’re destabilising from the ground up.  Choas.  (Spy & Assassin & Chaos)  Killing Eve s1e5, BBC 2018, Frank