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A theory of conservation

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Most of us has heard about the theory of conservation: nothing is created or destroyed, all changes. (That is just a brutally summarized version of what the laws of conservation state).

I think that law can be applied also to chaos and order. In this sense: for any struggling step you'll make towards order, you'll inevitably cause an opposite step towards chaos somewhere else. (Postulate: you will cause also a proportional increment in someone else's rage).

For now i have no scientific demonstrations but some practical examples: if you try to make order in a forum thread by separating the relevant posts in single threads, you'll have several ordered threads, but soon the forum will become a mess
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  1. Galder's Avatar
    You know, a more or less famous quotation is: An intelligent human being can maintain order, but a real genius has simply mastered the chaos

    Order and chaos are depending on the personality of a single person and its point of view. The structure of minds is a too different to judge about. Normally, if you want to be creative you have to rely on connotations, this means you have to find a balance for yourself between the chaos, getting connotations between things no one ever thought about, and order, to explain all what you got before to other people. But where this balance lies is completely up to yourself and this can't be defined, because every single human being is unique
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