Butterfly Effect

–noun a cumulatively large effect that a very small natural force may produce over a period of time.

Origin:
1980–85;  so called from the notion that the fluttering of a butterfly’s wings may set off currents that will grow into a large storm
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  1. realworld234 says:

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