By A E R Woodcock; Monte Davis
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It was not a technical work in topology, with its philosophical asides and its speculation in biology, linguistics, and psychology. Nor was it a textbook, for its general subject was not part of any curriculum. Nor was it a book for the general public, because its forbidding passages about "operators induced by a diffeomorphism h: X-+X of base spaces" and the like were guaranteed to deter all but the most tenacious readers. During the six-year delay before publication, Thorn continued to update the book.
But the theorem's consequences can be stated in the language we have already used: In any system governed by a potential, and in which the system's behavior is determined by no more than four different factors, only seven qualitatively different types of discontinuity are possible. In other words, while there are an infinite number of ways for such a system to change continuously (staying at or near equilibrium) , there are only seven structurally stable ways for it to change discontinuously (passing through non-equilibrium states).
That is a mathematical restriction on anyone who tiles a wall or floor, for example, and it has nothing to do with the material of the tiles or how they are applied. The Greeks also found that if the regular polygons are assembled as the faces of three-dimensional solids, only five such solids can be constructed. And these polygons and solids appear throughout nature, in snowflakes and diatoms and crystals and honeycombs-not because geometry dictates to nature, but because there is no other way for certain natural processes to turn out.
Catastrophe theory by A E R Woodcock; Monte Davis