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Entropy In Complex Systems

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 4, 2003 05:59:36 UTC

Aaron:
" There appears to be evidence of a violation of the 2nd law of Thermal Dynamics. I think its not firm proof yet, but it is on the really tiny scale of things so prehaps the 2nd law has a limit."

Mario:
That's pretty cool, but not needed for evolutionists' case. Since the earth is not a closed system, entropy can decrease with time even assuming the second law of thermodynamics is absolutely true in all cases."



Great Thoughts You Guys, if you forgive my saying so. I think in the long run Jesus' pioneering works in social science will deserve admiration
as many statements are consistent with advanced thought about complex systems.
Ilya Prigogene (who has a website and a Nobel Prize in Physics)
has written something about the nature of complex systems to be
constantly teetering on the brink of
either collapsing or reorganizing on a
higher level of 'coherence.'

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