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Order Is Were Math Equations Result In It.

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Posted by Alexander on December 16, 2001 17:21:39 UTC

If math equation governing the phenomenon has a solution which we call "ordered" (say, periodic thus predictable well) - we see "order" If the mathematical solution is different, we may call it "disorder".

Math itself does not make any difference between "ordered" solution and "disordered" one.

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