Chaos theory assumes that there is order behind seemingly random events, and that very small occurrences within a system can induce significant changes. Chaos explores the transitions between order and disorder, which often occur in surprising ways. Are there practical uses for chaos theory? Is it more of a mathematical theory, or a philosophy? Are our lives demonstrations of chaos theory in action? (Minor occurrences/decisions add up to create significant changes) Not much talk about Chaos Theory, but I find it interesting.