Chaos at fifty

@article{Motter2013ChaosAF,
  title={Chaos at fifty},
  author={Adilson E. Motter and David K. Campbell},
  journal={Physics Today},
  year={2013},
  volume={66},
  pages={27-33}
}
In 1963 an MIT meteorologist revealed deterministic predictability to be an illusion and gave birth to a field that still thrives. 

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