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Logical Entropy

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Posted by bzrd on November 21, 1999 02:28:48 UTC

It is a common ploy of the evolutionists to attempt to evade the obvious implications of the 2nd Law with respect to evolutionary theory. Invariably, they will narrow the definition to include only thermal entropy in a closed system; however, the great Austrian physicist Ludwig Boltzman, succeded in broadening the definition to include logic in informatin systems. He coined the term "logical entropy", and is used in the fields of information science, computer science and communications. Boltzman's Law, states unequivically, that logical entropy will increase, in a closed system, over time. This would seem to preclude any possibility of an information system arising by chance from inert matter. Empirically, evidence of this is found in the utter failure of abiogenic science to provide a viable mechanism for the origin of life. State of the art abiogenesis theory is based on self-replicating RNA; the 2nd Law stipulates that the inforamtion content of the RNA would remain at absolute zero. To arrive at any other value would require informational input; virtually ALL known information is derived from an intelligent source. If you can provide an exception to this you can go pick up your Nobel Prize. Further, deductive reasoning can lead us to some general conclusions about the creator of a given information system; my PC was created by an intelligence, though, [despite it's speed at cetain tasks] it pails, in terms of over-all complexity, in comparison to it's creator. What does the Creation say about the Creator?

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