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Posted by Harvey on July 21, 2003 11:57:31 UTC

I'm trying to keep this forum going. It looks like no one responded to your post. Anyway, the point that you are missing is that 'entropy' is a term that only acquires meaning in terms of time. It is like the phrase 'space travelling'. Such a phrase only has meaning if you can travel from point A in space to point B in space. Entropy is such a similar expression, but is in regards to the state of a system with respect to time. Maybe others will respond to this issue?

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