Yes, you are right.darkwing dook wrote:StarPlatinum wrote:
And this is not just about stories, but also related to destiny, fate, evolution, etc. Rather than "Reality beyond Story", this one is "Story beyond Reality".
The rest, I don't think it's addressed to my post, but this:Why jump straight to physics' definition, furthermore thermodynamics? If you do so, you shouldn't equate entropy to chaos, as well as their relation with disorder.StarPlatinum wrote:A Cure for Chaos?
How to define this "chaos"?
Chaos in physics:
https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/8efb/e ... 8e0300.pdf
https://www.science20.com/train_thought ... rder-75081
Still: "the second law of thermodynamics states that the entropy of an isolated system never decreases. Such systems spontaneously evolve towards thermodynamic equilibrium:" This equilibrium is also sometimes called "warmth death of the universe" when looked at universally. A dispersion of energy in all directions until there's only warmth. In that state there is no differentiation possible anymore, so there is no meaningful information, this is only possible because entropy never decreases. This is why I compared entropy with chaos and death and also for lack of a better word I admit. Is there a word for what I really meant? I really wonder.
The rest is just playing with form and having a little fun using a bit of everything.
Oh and I don't see how story can be beyond reality. I meant that there has to be a fundamental thing beyond all concepts, science, words, and stories. That can't be shown with tools. To which there can only be pointers (archetypal stories for example) or diversions from it (simulacra). well "simulacra only hide the fact that nothing like reality has any meaning for the actuality of the life we're living" But through that contradiction, you can see it's all mere words.