It is broadly believed, that our world is orderly: planets circle the sun and our bodies are some how symmetric. The belief in an ordered universe is so common, that many people use it as a proof for the existence of god in terms of an intelligent creator (+). In that picture, disorders in the universe are assumed as some "noise".
Also if we ignore, that even these regularities are actually some approximations, can we also discount the surfaces and inner parts of those planets and stars? Then they are in no way euclidean! Highly energetic gases in the interstellar space form stars and galaxies, randomly. If we look at some pictures of the universe, it seems to be very chaotic. And fortunately, it is not necessary to go so far to see that nature is more chaotic than expected.
Professor Briggs and Professor Peat tell us in in the first chapter of their fantastic book "seven life lessons of chaos" how to engage with chaos to become more creative in fining solutions. So did I: Chaos is around us; so it was not necessary to go through some physics and chemistry theories to show that our world is chaotic. And I didn't go through pictures by NASA or biologists, I just went through some photos from my vacations and selected two of them (the Photo above was also shot by a friend):
|France and the Atlantic ocean|
|A garden in Iran|
As we see, it is not hard to find chaos. We have just to look around: We find it every were.