Chaos: Making a New Science Summary
James Gleick

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Chaos: Making a New Science Summary

"Chaos: Making a New Science" by James Gleick begins with the most basic knowledge of chaos as it is presented in weather. The book frequently returns to the information in Chapter 1, particularly the work of Edward Lorenz.

Gleick begins by discussing the weather simulator created by Edward Lorenz. The weather changed slowly yet it never rained, seasons never changed, and nightfall never arrived. Instead, the weather was always a permanent, dry condition as...

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