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Chaos Theory and the Sciences of Complexity – Foundations for Transforming Education

Viewer Public education in the United States is an array of highly complex systems whose results have proven difficult to predict or control.  Similarly, the process of transforming a school system is highly complex and difficult to predict or control.  … Continue reading

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Chaos, Complexity and Entropy – A physics talk for non-physicists

Read Twentieth-century theoretical physics came out of the relativistic revolution and the quantum mechanical revolution. It was all about simplicity and continuity (in spite of quantum jumps). Its principal tool was calculus.  Its final expression was field theory. Twenty-first-century theoretical … Continue reading

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