Now Refresh Me, I've just consulted your profile page and see that, among your interests, you've listed "Unfair Questions". Well, yes, I do understand what you really meant, but that's OK -- I'm an unfair answerer. Should make us compatible.
So when you say, "What is the plural of chaos" that appears to be an unfair question unless, when you were at school, you were taught that chaos is a singular noun.
That isn't so. It's plural.
You can have one chao or two chaos. Chaos are a bit like nachos, but not as tasty.
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Chaoses. I cannot ever think of a time of when I'd use the word "chaoses," but that's the pluralized form. I originally thought chaos was one of those words that was plural and singular at the same time, like sheep. My autocorrect doesn't lie to me, and it told me that was a word.
So I looked up the credentials of Memidex, and lo and behold it is constructed from a database originally assembled at Princeton University. So you just go on with your "two chaoses happening in two worlds apart."