Skye Howard wrote:
> *joking thought*: If entropy destroys complex systems,
> and physics is a complex system of laws, can entropy
> destroy itself?
To paraphrase a provocative quote of Mr. Broderick's: "The laws of physics are ontologically distinct from creatures."
Entropy exists within ontological levels, and can only destroy constructs within it's ontological level and below.
<speculation> Now, if the universe which contains the [quantum?] supercomputer instantiating our laws of physics is subject to entropy, then we've got trouble. </speculation>
item 15^^^^^^^^^^^^^^27 on the SI's to do list: become ontologicallydistinct from matter. :)