On 1/8/2014 10:47 AM, John Clark wrote:
if there are more ways to be disorganized than organized (and there are) then any change
those laws of physics make will almost certainly lead to a increase in entropy.
This ignores the fact that entropy, and "organization" are relative to some coarse
graining or macroscopic constraints. Different choices lead to different entropies and
choosing the complete microscopic description, aka "wave function of the universe", leads
to an unchanging entropy.
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