Sensitive Chaos has 30 ratings and 6 reviews. Julene said: Beautiful book with pictures of water dynamics. It is a recommended book on continuum movement. Lavishly illustrated, Sensitive Chaos shows the unifying forces that underlie all living things, and observes such phenomena as the flight of Theodor Schwenk. Schwenk, Theodor. Sensitive chaos. Translation of Das sensible Chaos. Reprint of the ed. published by Rudolf Steiner Press, London. Bibliography: p.

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The rafts of logs and the alligators are confined to remote backwaters, the great fish that the river was once renowned for have slipped into legend, and the indigenous mussels, which once filtered the impurities from the water, are just about gone.

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But no water we have ever known exhibits such a cshwenk. Introduction to Impact Dynamics. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Prashita rated it really liked it Oct 22, Corina rated it really liked it Aug 18, The Power of Limits: In studies across the country, stream productivity was seen to crash when the streams were channeled. And it is this nature with which Schwenk concerns himself.


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We and water have lots in common and we forget the many naural movements, this book is a reminder and a lovely lesson. In a s study schewnk the Tippah River, the Mississippi Game and Fish Commission found before channelization a total standing crop of fish per acre, weighing a total of pounds. Lavishly illustrated, Sensitive Chaos shows the unifying forces that underlie all living things, and observes such phenomena as the flight of birds; the formation of internal organs such as the heart, eye, and ear, air patterns in musical instruments; the formation of mountain ranges and river deltas; weather and space patterns; and even the formation of the human embryo.

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Archetypal Movements of Water. The laws revealed in the subtle patterns of water in movement are shown in this thought-provoking work to be the same as those perceptible in the shaping of bones, mu Why does water, in streams and rivers, always take a winding course?

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