The creation of higher levels of complex order in a relatively closed system. Does that not violate the 2nd law of thermodynamics?
THIS IS NOT AN EVOLUTION/CREATION DEBATE STATEMENT, EVERYONE, DO NOT RESPOND ON EITHER SIDE OF THAT ARGUMENT PLEASE. THANK YOU.
The point is you have entropy on the one hand with systems decaying and you have evolution on the other with complex systems developing into higher levels of complexity.
So, I'm merely curious, can you build on your original reply above along the lines of a circumstance where increasing orders of complexity are occurring in a relatively closed system and how that fits into your line of reasoning?
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