The butterfly effect is a funny thing. You never know where one discovery will lead. Take the automobile: It changed the world, transforming cities and small towns. And it also led to raccoons leaving America—and, possibly, taking over Europe.
Do you want to make a truly chaotic system? It's not as hard as you think. In fact, you could probably set up the first official chaos machine ever made in your shower.
Time travel is a tricky subject. Questions of causality, the butterfly effect, what happens when timelines differ — all these can be extremely confusing, which might explain why there are so many shitty time travelers out there. In movies, TV shows, books, whatever, there are plenty of jerks who obliviously wreak…
Time travel is a great concept — but how do you show it happening? This weekend's Looper picks a pretty simple way of showing gangsters jumping through time, but we've also seen kids in time-traveling spaceships, portal-jumping bandits, and a hot tub that lets you relive your past.
Tornadoes are some of the deadliest, most devastating natural phenomena on Earth — but most of us probably have a lot of misconceptions about them. The actual science of tornados is much stranger, and scarier, than you ever knew.
The bully from The O.C. has seizures that send his mind back into the past - where he saves the world from evil but still makes Butterfly Effect 3.
Get ready for a third installment of the eye fluttering, mind seizing time traveling adventures of bad actors in The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations. Spawned from the first Butterfly Effect starring Hollywood dim-bulb Aston Kutcher. The original followed Kutcher who could convulse himself into the past, thus altering…