In a message dated 1/13/01 6:34:31 PM, email@example.com writes:
>**Even assuming the theory accounts for the appearance
>of life and all evolution since--the problem still
>remains: order and increasing levels of apparently
>self-organizing order was/were set into motion, flying
>in the face of entropy--or of nothingness.
No, life doesn't fly in the face of entropy. Life exists by increasing
That the most favorable path to high entropy in certain aqueous systems
includes a great deal of spatial and temporal variation in entropy is
indeed fascinating, but no more bizarre than ripples in a whirlpool.
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