I liked it. Definitely a bit philosophical, but also with practical implications.
It reminds me of a theory about the universe I had read of. Can’t remember its actual name. But it hypothesize that the universe is fully chaotic. But that you can prove that within any chaotic system, you can have a subcontext with discernable patterns. Thus all laws of physics can hold, but only within their context. That might mean they hold only within part of the universe, and only for a set period of time for example.
Basically, chaos is dynamic by nature, but given context, it can have stability as well. And it might be that the universe is chaotic, yet we can still, within our context, take advantage of the patterns and the predictability of our surrounding.
I think a distinction needs to be made between chaos and dynamism though. Chaos is unpredictable, random, undeterministic, while dynamism is just a function of some input with a deterministic output. Static would be a constant, or deterministic function of no input.
Given a context, chaos can have dynamic and static components, as well as continue to show chaotic behaviors.