10 April 2007 Self-organization of chaos in mythology from a scientific point of view
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Proceedings Volume 6597, Nanodesign, Technology, and Computer Simulations; 65970B (2007); doi: 10.1117/12.726714
Event: Nanodesign, Technology, and Computer Simulations, 2006, Olsztyn, Poland
Abstract
In this contribution ancient Greek myths describing world's creation are analyzed as if they were a scientific paper. The 'paper' divided into the following parts: initial and boundary conditions, self-organization of chaos, world lines of self-organization, conclusion. It is shown that the self-organization of chaos consists of several stages during which two motive forces (attractive and repulsive) are generated, and totally disordered chaos transforms into partially ordered. It is found that there are five world lines of self-organization: water, light, cosmos-weather, water-fire, and State evolution.
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Alexander I. Melker, "Self-organization of chaos in mythology from a scientific point of view", Proc. SPIE 6597, Nanodesign, Technology, and Computer Simulations, 65970B (10 April 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.726714; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.726714
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Chaos

Uranus

Chemical elements

Physics

Sun

Transform theory

Floods

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