@0.10 Chaos Theory is not about Chaos pe se, it is about systems that self organize from Chaos. The interesting part is not the Chaos, but the "Emerging Order."
@0.26 Chaos is therefore a part of Cybernetics because chaotic systems that generate order, such as the waters flowing in a river, do so from the coupling of positive and negative feedback loops. Positive feedback is like the energy [ie. public] and negative feedback is the control [ie. Alex Jones; financial markets; legal system; etc.]. Whirlpools are the resulting order [ie. our current social order].
@0.52 We must have in mind that Cybernetics was born as an interdiscinplinary effort; physics and chemistry could not explain complex phenomena such as life.
Universal Systems Model (USM)
desired result; information feedback; input; system; output
Feedback was discovered as existing in both in the mechanical control and biological control [ie phenomena existing in both human & machine].
@1.10 Chaos theory is the specific cybernetic theory that explains how order emerges from turbulance and chaos.
@1.19 If look carefully, we find whirlpools everywhere: in tornados, in the storms of Jupiter, in the desert. This is quite a repetitive phenomena in nature. Think of chaos as the result of uncontrolled bursts of energy [ie. uncontrolled public allowed to exert energy as they independently see fit].
@1.37 Chaotic systems are impossible to predict, to control and to manipulate [we can't have this, can we?]. But when they achieve certain stability, order arises [here we have the science of managing chaos, but only when it achieves "certain stability].
@1.47 These two gentlemen are John Briggs and David Peat, experts in Chaos Theory. They say that order is born from chaos. On ocassion, things that appear disordered have some implicit order.
"The scientific expression of 'chaos' refers to the underlying interconnection that exists between event that are apparantly random" (B&P, p7)