Good morning, my friends. My "Sunday Surprise": I had to re-pot my orchid for the first time and it had remained dormant so long that I was afraid I broke it. This morning I saw little buds and what looks like a new branch forming. I feel so successful now.
At the risk of bringing out an age-old topic, Butterfly effect. "Does the flap of a butterfly's wings in Brazil set a tornado in Texas?" (Edward N. Lorenz). That is, that means extremely small change of input into cause-and-effect chain can make an enormous shift of output. In 1972, he was simulating a differential equation model for weather prediction by computing machine, and found out a difference in its initial value around 0.0001 caused an astonishing change of prediction result. The Lorenz equations are now considered as a typical example of the physical phenomena called "Chaos". And, there're so many butterflies in this real world, and they are flapping so many times every day. Such is the difficulty of weather prediction. UN Climate Action Summit 2019 (Sep. 21-23). ( #Pentas , Ofuna, 9/21/19) #nature#naturelovers#gardening#botanical#flowers#bloom#flowerstagram#instaflowers#instablooms#igscflower#flowerlovers#butterflies#insects