Stable v Unstable Equilibria and v Random

Nope nope nope. Careful here. The earth is in a state of stable equilibrium. It is the nature of stable equilibria that they can support insignificant changes in their state, which is defined as a force significant enough to move it out from one stable equilibrium into a state of disorder (even an unstable equilibrium) such that things self-organise into another. It’s a seismic shift from one position which may in turn, have resulted through a catastrophic failure (mathematically defined) after a gradual build up over time.

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