The term "deterministic chaos" emphasizes that chaotic behavior is random in-practice but deterministic in-principle. But does this even make sense in a finite universe where computation is physical? There ain't no such thing as a Turing machine with an infinite tape. If computing the behavior of a chaotic system requires more input information and more computing than the physical universe can provide, does it make sense to insist that the computation is feasible in-principle? Shouldn't we just accept that chaotic behavior is random?