[…]The anti-entropic position states, simply, that life is precisely that force that resists entropy. Entropy is the physical principle derived from thermodynamics that states that, in any given system, things will tend to “fall apart” or tend toward disorder. Moreover, entropy means that information, defined as any non-random measurement or quality, has a tendency to be forgotten. […]

[…]As entropy increases, the universe, and all closed systems in the universe, tend naturally to deteriorate and lose there distinctiveness…But while the universe as a whole, if indeed there is a whole universe, tends to run down, there are local enclaves whose direction seems opposed to that of the universe at large and in which there is a limited and temporary tendency for organization to increase. Life finds its home in some of these enclaves. [..]
Source: Protocol, How Control Exists After Decentralization by A.R. Galloway

[...] Bij het sterven verliezen de astra in het lichaam hun hoedanigheid, hun aard, hun substantie en hun wezen, denkt Steller, de arts, wat dood is, is nooit levend. Wat is dat, physica, vraagt hij, wat is het ius iurandum Hippocratis, wat is chirurgie, wat is de kunst en de grond, wanneer het leven uiteenvalt en de dokter geen macht en geen middelen heeft?[...]
Source: Naar de natuur by W.G. Sebalt, page 58


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