Stones are Chaos

The difference between a piece of stone and an atom is that an atom is highly organised, whereas the stone is not. The atom is a pattern, and the molecule is a pattern, and the crystal is a pattem; but the stone, although it is made up of these pattems, is just a mere confusion. It's only when life appears that you begin to get organisation on a larger scale. Life takes the atoms and molecules and crystals; but, instead of making a mess of them like the stone, it combines them into new and more elaborate pattems of its own.


Despite being made up of atoms, molecules, and crystals, which are organization.

Folksonomies: thermodynamics chaos confusion

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 Time Must Have a Stop
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Huxley, Aldous (1944), Time Must Have a Stop, Dalkey Archive Press, Retrieved on 2014-01-24
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    30 DEC 2013

     Life Fights Entropy

    Memes on the fact that life is increasing organization in a world of increasing chaos.
    Folksonomies: life entropy thermodynamics
    Folksonomies: life entropy thermodynamics