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An infographic explaining the components, influences, and examples of the chaos theory.

I was given the opportunity to simplify the chaos theory into its general components, influences, & examples and present it as an infographic. Due to the nature and complexity of the chaos theory, I got away with adding captions to some of the more 'abstract' icons, but I still tried to keep the visuals clearly connected to the titles. 
Subhead on the final print:
"We know that complex systems, such as the weather, change over time, & we also know that people
have the ability to predict them. Very few people, however, know of the existence of the chaos theory -
the reason we have the ability to predict and avoid events that could be detrimental to our well being. Understanding the chaos theory will provide us with the wisdom, insight, & power to predict the seemingly unpredictable progression of things that we often take for granted.
To effectively foresee these happenings, you’d need an extensive understanding of quantum physics,
but this overview will give you an idea of components and influences that make it up."
Components of the Chaos Theory (Left to Right):
Interconnected Systems. 
Fractal Patterns. 
The Butterfly Effect. 
Row 1: Interconnected Systems.
Row 2: Characteristics of Fractal Patterns.
Row 3: Characteristics of the Butterfly Effect.
Row 1: Examples of Fractal Patterns (Left to Right):
Clouds, Trees, Stock Market, & Leaves.
Row 2: Examples of the Butterfly Effect:
Atom Split - Atomic Explosion.
Sunny Weather - Rainy Weather. 

Row 3: Exampels of Uses of the Chaos Theory: 
Understanding Solar Cycles,
Long-Term Weather Predictions,
Fighting Complex Virusses & Diseases,
Forecasting Devastating Storms. 
Final Layout & Design.
Small Type:
To be able to grasp the concept of the chaos theory, you must first understand that the social, ecological,
and the economicsystems are all connected, and have an influence on each other.
Fractal Patterns:
These portrayals of chaos are created through a continuous loop of feedback.
They are reactive. Thus, if a part of the pattern should change, the loopwould be altered in its entirety.
Butterfly Effect:
Initial conditions of a dynamic system are extremely sensitive. Alterations in these conditions may lead to radical results. They occur as unpredictable, non-linear chain reactions.

Printed Poster Mock-Up.
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