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Harmony -> Chaos - Jesse Hyttinen

Updated: Apr 21, 2021

Hi and welcome to the Matladpi blog!

In the world of treespeak, chaos is power and harmony is a rarity. Although they are hypothesized to have been in equal proportions in the beginning, harmony does seem to be quite scarce. Not due to the doings of many people, but a few - and the natural arrow of time for entropy.

The cities are naturally divided to the rich and the poor. The rich have amassed great amounts of chaos, and harmony, too. What they seem to lack though is empathy for the ones less fortunate, the ones that have to constantly fight for their survival, and to obtain chaos.

There are yet those who do not have chaos, or even crave it. They have large amounts of harmony, and always consume any chaos some quantities of their harmony have turned into. They are the ones who need to keep the equilibrium, the ratio of chaos to harmony, to one. This turns out to be quite hard, as the nature of chaos is as it is. But also predictable, as is due to the axiom of choice.

Theorists have been quite successful at disobeying this law of Nature, creating extra quantities of chaos, and thus breaking the equilibrium. This is ultimately creating singularities, which would one day combine, and end the world as we know it.

I am Jesse Sakari Hyttinen and I will see you in the next post!

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