So, complicated to humanly predict periodic patterns which briefly are structural but eventually always return to the uncertainties of their origin?

So, complicated to humanly predict periodic patterns which briefly are structural but eventually always return to the uncertainties of their origin?

Hm, I could go with that explanation. There’s a video of corn starch dancing on a trampoline with a speaker under it to a number of wave functions, but only as long as the tone is playing.

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And… to answer sorta: there’s no true repeating of pattern _because_ time continues progressing.

But there are _similar_ patterns but never entirely identical.

In small local areas, repeating similar patterns can emerge because they’re in a “safe pocket”, or so minimal in the entire backdrop of chaos that the brief organization doesn’t affect the chaos.

But of course, to those conscience agents who ARE the briefly organized things, their brief organizations (themselves) are of the only importance generally.

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