• needed more time﻿ seriously!

• Good topic, but﻿ too short

• you can﻿ say that again

• simlifying happens with the colour line﻿ drawned connected points ..clear show of links -mind mapping .. create clusters and seperate them in caos.

many things all things are complex-i because nterconnected..

• looking into multipleintellige and interdeciplinary works how to use 360 degree

look for analize and sentesize and use NLP to﻿ find the one bric to change to start the

ignition as simple down work from complexity and see it

• to understand better look into mind mapping in﻿ google/and to humanrights org /newtactics

• allways is

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• Interesting but largely incorrect! Chaos Theory research shows that simple things drive complex observations. Mostly you'll be overwhelmed by too much information. You need to apply a filter to reduce it - as an example of what happens when you know how to do this Google "Prime Number Channels" -﻿ look at his maths papers on prime numbers - figure out why others missed what he found. Eric also applies a filter which goes against his main thrust of more info is better!

• I guess you mean that *complicatedness* is a perception, don't you?

So, when you say that a system can be complex, but﻿ whether or not it's complicated depends on the capacities of the mind that studies it - well, I would agree! :-)

BTW: I think there's nothing wrong with arguing over semantics. Clear definitions of the words we use is the basis for useful communication.

Good day to you too!

• yep,﻿ but isn't that the difference between 'complex' and 'complicated'? what i meant to say was that truly complicated things don't exist often in scientific models and theories. complex exists, sure. but complex is a perception, not a statement about reality. i think we're just arguing over semantics :-) good day!

• Even if a system is built up of simple and limited components, the resulting system can become very complex. Ever tried to write a computer program in﻿ assembly language? ;-)