I believe those of you that are trying to compartmentalize chaos and order are not being realistic. They are not tangibles to be applied to any one object or action, but are instead opposing forces that all things in nature are subject to. They are merely the extreme shades of the same grey. Scientists have recently found proof that there is a string of randomness in all things occuring on the sub-atomic level.
For example, we know that our planet orbits the sun once every 365.25 days and turns on its own axis once every 24-ish hours. We know that the moon orbits our planet and spins on its own axis once every 27.3 days. We can calculate these actions down to the second. We know exactly how much gravitational and centrifugal force influence their movements as cold, hard irrefutable fact. These celestial bodies carry on in a very orderly fashion as they have for millennia without interruption.
Now consider all of the non-orbital masses (comets, meteors, space junk, etc) in the galaxy that *could* smash into us at any given time and possibly knock our world or our moon out of their perfectly ordered orbits, thusly initiating a chain of events that *could* kill us all. Is this not the influence of both chaos and order?
Chaos and Order touch upon everything at all times. There are no two ways about it.
Written by my hand on the 10th of Ilmarael, in the year 1171.