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My Review When I first picked up the book I felt like a child picking up a calculus book Hoping I might learn something but not expecting to get a single thing out of it It wasnt till I started skimming through the books that I noticed an unusually large amount of pictures and illustrations Majority of the pictures werent hard-to-understand graphs but on the contrary they were almost silly Throughout the book the authors use an Alice in Wonderland like world to explain their points of discussion This had a very positive effect on my outlook of the book not only did it add a little fun humor to the reading but it also made things make sense When I read Gleicks book on the science of Chaos I was pretty much left in a daze with no chance of getting anything out of the book for the long run The only thing I really remember was the basic definition of the foundation of the study of the science of chaos which was the theory that there is a form of order in every instance disorder When I read Turbulent Mirror I became more educated in the understanding of just how complex our world is How the authors go about explaining this complexity is extraordinary It isnt quite as in-depth as Gleicks book whereas he had more real world examples Which is one thing I felt the authors could have used more of The book was in dire need of some form of real world examples that I can relate to When Gleick explained the Butterfly theorm if I can remember correctly he used some data from series farmers almanacs This went along with the data collected from Lorenzs weather system which is the method that these authors mentioned but never really discussed outside the caption for a group of graphs For a drawn conclusion of the book Ill state that its a worthy
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