3rd game in the Splinter Cell series which will wipe the floor with Pandora Tomorrow
Sam Fisher in back, in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
by RHS Student August 18, 2004
Chaos theory is a rule involving anything in nature. In essence, it considers all data to be in infinite correlation, no matter how random the data may seem. In economics, it refers to the fact that market fluctuations and other such economic systems all have an underpinning correlation of data. In geography, it is the belief that if a butterly flaps its wings in one end of the world, it can cause a hurricane in another. In physics, its a tad more complicated. It states all subatomic and nucleonic particles are all united under ONE force, not gravity, but a very powerful force which holds the very essence of protons, electrons and neutrons together. It branches out into every facet of our existence. Infinite correlation, no probability.
"In chaos theory, everything is related, everything is with purpose and pattern"
by Dr Doom November 25, 2004
The belief that everything that happens in the world around us is a random series of events, and that it is possible for the extremely unlikely to occur.
- Chaos theory states that everything is random and theres the extremely improbable chance that one could walk through a wall
by KRS - ONE February 02, 2007
A great excuse to lose a game -- some thing else somehow caused you to mess up, such as a butterfly flapping its wings too hard in Tokyo
I lost causa all them dumb physicists discovering chaos theory
by Dude September 10, 2003
theory that everything explains everything
there are many theories to find which one explains the most instead of picking multiple ones
by Dong Woo April 04, 2005
chaos-theory: It is a mathematical chaos to model the behaviour of a system as it changes from intial state to final state. it appears in certain system that a slight change in intial state result in widely divergent behaviour at final state after some time.
Chaos-Theory: a wing of a butterfly in japan is said to cause tornados in the usa to descrribe the unpredictability of chaotic behaviour of the system.Idea was first highligted by Robert May in 1975 but it was all ready there in lawrenz attractor in 1963 and Smale,Torke and Mandelbrot contributed to chaos theory and mathematical and engineering genius vijayaratnam learned from their work more than 3 decades ago.Non.linear dynamics and chaos- a field in itself.
by dukv August 15, 2009
A cool way to call bullshit.
"Did you see that!? I was just mashing buttons and killed your whole team! Chaos Theory, trick!"
by TomKVideo February 17, 2009