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Chaos Theory | Chaos Theory

bob-mustin's picture
Dec.27.2013
This article tells us that reading stories puts us into the story in a way more real than we would have thought. Fractal theory in turn tells us that certain systems (let's call them stories) repeat infinitely, tons of these systems (stories) embedded in others.  Why were even...
kelly-tweeddale's picture
Jul.06.2011
When we were in Beijing we smiled at the English translations we stumbled upon.  In such an international city you would think that it wouldn’t be hard to ask for advice when translating into an idiom, especially when it is going to grace a six foot tall sign.  What happened to write, proof, edit...
mara-buck's picture
Apr.19.2010
     I am honored to announce that The Story Woman, our own Lynn Henriksen, has invited me to post a guest blog on her TellTale Souls website.  Do check it out at: http://telltalesouls.com/blog.  The blog is based on my Red Room posted poem, Chaos.          Lynn herself wears many, many hats:  ...
rosy-cole's picture
Nov.19.2008
It's sobering that the fear expressed by Raul Ramos y Sanchez  in Another Martyr in the Making? is being discussed in England, and was, even before the Election. At a popular level, it operates among comrades via jokes of poor taste. For the philosophical, it's a let's-not-go-there kind of...
stacy-mantle's picture
Oct.22.2008
On October 13, a 6-month old Mexican Grey Wolf cub was shot in the head as he stood on the side of a dirt road near Hannagan Meadow in the forests of Arizona (yes, we do have forests here). Wow. I'm at a loss for words. What kind of person would shoot a wolf cub like this? (And I'm going to leave...
jt-ellison's picture
Jan.18.2008
I have a framed print in my office. It sits on the shelf, looming over me. It's an image from the I Ching. CHAOS Before the beginning of great brilliance, there must be Chaos. Before a brilliant person begins something great, they must look foolish to the crowd. I spend a lot of time...