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'''Chaos theory''' was a [[Mathematics|mathematical]] [[theories and principles|theory]] that attempted to describe the underlying order in seemingly random events or data.
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'''Chaos theory''' was a [[Mathematics|mathematical]] [[theory]] that attempted to describe the underlying order in seemingly random events or data.
   
 
In [[2151]], [[Crewman]] {{dis|Daniels|Crewman}} joked that he thought [[Unnamed Enterprise (NX-01) personnel#Daniels' bunkmate|his bunkmate]] {{dis|major|education}}ed in chaos theory, due to the mess he left in their [[quarters]]. ({{ENT|Cold Front}})
 
In [[2151]], [[Crewman]] {{dis|Daniels|Crewman}} joked that he thought [[Unnamed Enterprise (NX-01) personnel#Daniels' bunkmate|his bunkmate]] {{dis|major|education}}ed in chaos theory, due to the mess he left in their [[quarters]]. ({{ENT|Cold Front}})

Latest revision as of 20:00, December 3, 2019

Chaos theory was a mathematical theory that attempted to describe the underlying order in seemingly random events or data.

In 2151, Crewman Daniels joked that he thought his bunkmate majored in chaos theory, due to the mess he left in their quarters. (ENT: "Cold Front")

The working title for the Star Trek: Short Treks episode "Q&A" was "Chaos Theory".

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