Chaos… Order…

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The birds form mobs to drive away predators near their nests, and are initially disordered. A new study, by biologists at the University of Exeter, physicists at Stanford University and computer scientists from Simon Fraser University in Canada, shows a dramatic switch to “ordered motion” once the group reaches a certain density. Chaotic mobs of jackdaws suddenly get organised once enough birds join in, this research shows. (1)

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Chaos… Chaos… Chaos…

Only to bear order…

Could anything be more chaotic* than that?!

* In chaos you expect… chaos!

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