Jack Sinclair well, I think it’s all very dependent upon scale. Take a look at strange attractors. At the grain of following the evolution leading to the orbits, this follows the chaotic pattern. But now let’s zoom out where you don’t have a view of the strange attractors but rather of the system as if it’s “a unit” in Space Time Because of the orbital stability, if you’re not paying attention to that grain, you can focus on how that system “as a unit” interacts with other systems as their “own units”, even if they they all have their own individual strange attractors. And so in that way you end up with a situation not so terrible different than being able to utilize Newtonian formulas for everyday things and ignoring things deeper than planck length

Jack Sinclair well, I think it’s all very dependent upon scale.

Take a look at strange attractors.

At the grain of following the evolution leading to the orbits, this follows the chaotic pattern.

But now let’s zoom out where you don’t have a view of the strange attractors but rather of the system as if it’s “a unit” in Space Time

Because of the orbital stability, if you’re not paying attention to that grain, you can focus on how that system “as a unit” interacts with other systems as their “own units”, even if they they all have their own individual strange attractors.

And so in that way you end up with a situation not so terrible different than being able to utilize Newtonian formulas for everyday things and ignoring things deeper than planck length

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