gwyn779 wrote:Except chaos theory was a major part of at least one of my physics classes in college and another physics class was entirely devoted to electronics, including building a basic computer. Both are integral parts of a standard physics curriculum/degree.
No, electronics courses are not standard parts of a physics degree. Building a basic computer is called computer engineering. And since I used to be a computer engineer major, I can promise that physics was not one of my required courses.
Like I said, you can apply anything to physics. I'll give you that you can relate chaos theory to physics, just as you can relate it to the weather or geology or chemistry. Chaos theory, however, is not a physics concept. Gravity is a physics concept, the laws of motion are physics concepts.
That's all beside the point, however, since
LOLcommunism wrote:Its just a protoboard.... in the shape of a butterfly...
This design has nothing to do with physics.