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You never quite know what's going to strike your imagination, or something that won't going to leave you alone, not going to leave alone, and this was one for me.

- Peter Shaffer (Playwright)

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Chaos Lives Beyond the Drip and Before the Stream - A planksip® Möbius

Consider collecting raw data from any experiment and working backward to equations and strange attractors that characterized chaos. Does a dripping faucet facilitate such a system? Try downloading and reading this 1980 paper; Strange Attractors, Chaotic Behavior, and Information Flow by Robert Shaw. It's worth the read.

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If you are reading this and you are wondering about the significance of the above code, you might want to watch the following video...

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