The mathematical examples used to support the notion of chaos in nature (e.g.,

The mathematical examples used to support the notion of chaos in nature (e.g.,

The mathematical examples used to support the notion of chaos in nature (e.g., fractals resembling coastlines) seem at times to have more the force of analogy than scientific persuasiveness. Is there currently a philosophical debate over the veracity of chaos theory?

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