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Football Fans Can Win the Home Match—Collective Psychosis Has Physics

Authors: Tamas Lajtner

According to chaos theory (nonlinear dynamic), the single flap of a butterfly’s wings can lead to unexpectedly great consequences. This sentence does not stress the force of flap of a butterfly, its goal is to allow us to picture how a small input causes big changes in the output. But we may understand it in a more concrete form. We can measure the energy of the flap of a butterfly’s wing. This energy is about as great as the measurable energy of thought. The butterfly effect can manifest itself as a thought effect. Based on the chaos theory we may say: a small change of the input caused by thought force causes a disproportional change in the output of the system, if the system is a nonlinear system. This paper was meant as a short presentation of an given aspect of thought force; it's about the physics of collective psychosis.

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[v1] 2016-11-12 09:44:39

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