Can order come from chaos?

Chaos may indeed accumulate in a system over time as ordered structures break down, but at the same time order can continue to emerge from chaos within the system as long as energy is available to drive the chaotic processes which produce that order.

What is an example of chaos?

The definition of chaos refers to lack of order or lack of intentional design. An example of chaos is an extremely messy room with papers piled everywhere.

What is between chaos and order?

The edge of chaos is a transition space between order and disorder that is hypothesized to exist within a wide variety of systems. This transition zone is a region of bounded instability that engenders a constant dynamic interplay between order and disorder.

What is better chaos or order?

“According to the philosopher, Ly Tin Wheedle, chaos is found in greatest abundance wherever order is being sought. It always defeats order, because it is better organized.”