The ‘Butterfly Effect’ As Applied To Football (Video)

Chris Wright

14th, January 2011


By Chris Wright

If a butterfly flaps it’s wings in Texas and all that jazz…

Any excuse for a bit of Goldblum.

It’s all a bit ‘airing on the pseudo’ for my tastes, and definitely TOO FRIGGIN’ LOUD…but the production values are fairly impressive non-the-less, no?

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  1. Jay says:

    Awesome. Really makes you think how this game is a game of chance as well as skill.

  2. Grant says:

    Not really an example of the butterfly effect. Just a bunch of important games that went the other way.

    The butterfly effect would be demonstrated if they showed France Winning the World Cup in 2006 and extrapolate out how that would change everything else after that leading to a radically different future.

  3. Tommy says:

    Yeah, I agree with Grant. I went into this video thinking it was going to show a specific event or entity that changed things around or could have changed things around, but all I saw were wins that were reversed.


  4. K says:

    This won something? Well the editing is pretty good but the whole this seems an awful lot like a straight rip off of Nike’s ‘Write the Future’ to me.

  5. Matt says:

    Not the butterfly effect, but still a great video. Only if fergie got sacked… :/ the premier league would be so much better with chelsea at the stop for every year!

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