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  1. Entropy:A New World View by Jeremy Rifkin, Ted Howard, 1981-10
  2. Entropy Demystified: The Second Law Reduced to Plain Common Sense by Arieh Ben-Naim, 2008-06-18
  3. Genetic Entropy & the Mystery of the Genome by John C Sanford, 2008-03-01
  4. Discover Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics: A Playful Way of Discovering a Law of Nature by Arieh Ben-Naim, 2010-08-03
  5. Statistical Mechanics: Entropy, Order Parameters and Complexity (Oxford Master Series in Physics) by James P. Sethna, 2006-06-01
  6. Entropy by Viola Grace, 2010-08-04
  7. ENTROPY EFFECT (CLASSIC STAR TREK 2) (Star Trek (Numbered Paperback)) by Mcintyre, 1990-04-15
  8. Entropy and Art: An Essay on Disorder and Order, 40th Anniversary Edition by Rudolf Arnheim, 2010-08-02
  9. Engines, Energy, And Entropy: A Thermodynamics Primer by John B. Fenn, 2003-06-30
  10. Maximum Entropy Econometrics: Robust Estimation with Limited Data by Amos Golan, George G. Judge, et all 1996-04-19
  11. The Entropy Law and the Economic Process by Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, 1999-11-23
  12. Complexity, Entropy and the Physics of Information
  13. Entropy by Thomas PYNCHON, 1983
  14. Entropy Analysis: An Introduction to Chemical Thermodynamics by N.C. Craig, 1992-04-07

1. Entropy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Ice melting a classic example of entropy increasing 1 described in 1862 by Rudolf Clausius as an increase in the disgregation of the molecules of the
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This article has been tagged since February 2008 Ice melting - a classic example of entropy increasing described in 1862 by Rudolf Clausius as an increase in the disgregation of the molecules of the body of ice. Entropy articles Introduction History Classical Statistical In thermodynamics (a branch of physics entropy is a measure of the unavailability of a system ’s energy to do work It is a measure of the randomness of molecules in a system and is central to the second law of thermodynamics and the combined law of thermodynamics , which deal with physical processes and whether they occur spontaneously. Spontaneous changes , in isolated systems , occur with an increase in entropy. Spontaneous changes tend to smooth out differences in

The law of entropy, or the second law of thermodynamics, along with the first law of thermodynamics comprise the most fundamental laws of physics.
Foundations of Physics, Life and Cognition: Basic Texts, Reviews, Research Material
The law of entropy , or the second law of thermodynamics , along with the first law of thermodynamics comprise the most fundamental laws of physics. Entropy (the subject of the second law) and energy (the subject of the first law) and their relationship are fundamental to an understanding not just of physics, but to life (biology, evolutionary theory, ecology) cognition (psychology) . According to the old view, the second law was viewed as a 'law of disorder'. The major revolution in the last decade is the recognition of the "law of maximum entropy production" or "MEP" and with it an expanded view of thermodynamics showing that the spontaneous production of order from disorder is the expected consequence of basic laws . This site provides basic texts, articles, links, and references that take the reader from the classical views of thermodynamics in simple terms, to today's new and richer understanding.
Entropy and Energy: The Laws of Thermodynamics
The Entropy Law (The Second Law of Thermodynamics)
The Entropy Law as Law of Disorder (Boltzmann's Interpretation: The Statistical View)
Order from Disorder: The Law of Maximum Entropy Production (MEP) ...
The Consequences of the New More Complete Understanding of the Entropy Law for Biology, Psychology, and Culture or Social Theories

3. Entropy
One of the ideas involved in the concept of entropy is that nature tends from order to disorder in isolated systems. This tells us that the right hand box
Entropy as Time's Arrow
One of the ideas involved in the concept of entropy is that nature tends from order to disorder in isolated systems. This tells us that the right hand box of molecules happened before the left. Using Newton's laws to describe the motion of the molecules would not tell you which came first. Entropy and disorder
Entropy concepts
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Entropy and Disorder
If you assert that nature tends to take things from order to disorder and give an example or two, then you will get almost universal recognition and assent. It is a part of our common experience. Spend hours cleaning your desk, your basement, your attic, and it seems to spontaneously revert back to disorder and chaos before your eyes. So if you say that entropy is a measure of disorder, and that nature tends toward maximum entropy for any isolated system, then you do have some insight into the ideas of the second law of thermodynamics Some care must be taken about how you define "disorder" if you are going to use it to understand entropy. A more precise way to characterize entropy is to say that it is a measure of the "multiplicity" associated with the state of the objects. If a given state can be accomplished in many more ways, then it is more probabable than one which can be accomplished in only a few ways. When " throwing dice ", throwing a seven is more probable than a two because you can produce seven in six different ways and there is only one way to produce a two. So seven has a higher multiplicity than a two, and we could say that a seven represents higher "disorder" or higher entropy.

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5. Entropy - An Open-Access Journal On Entropy And Information Studies
entropy journal, an international and interdisciplinary journal of entropy and Information Sciences, publishes reviews, regular research papers and short Entropy entropy

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Entropy MDPI . It is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, and it is published online quarterly at Entropy is indexed and abstracted by Chemical Abstracts INSPEC (covered completely, see the list ) and Scopus . Most Entropy papers are indexed and abstracted in MathSciNet and in Zentralblatt MATH
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    - 28th International Workshop on Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering
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7. Entropy (1999/I)
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8. Entropy And The Second Law Of Thermodynamics
Novel, informal, qualitative but substantial introduction to entropy and the second law of thermo, concluding with the Gibbs equation as all
ENTROPY and the Second Law of Thermodynamics! Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics The second law of thermodynamics is a tendency Obstructions to the secondlaw make life possible The second law of thermodynamics and evolution Entropy and Gibbs free energy, D G = D H -T D S These are five big ideas involving the second law of thermo. Questions about them came from readers of However, that Web site already has so many pages that this new site was written.
Chemistry students: If you're in a time bind or an exam is coming up, read for a shorter approach to understanding the second law and entropy.
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9. Entropy - Definitions From
(thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity representing the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work; entropy
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    Entrochal entrochite entropic ... entropium entropy entrust entrusted entrusting entrustment ... Share This en·tro·py ˈɛn trə pi Pronunciation Key Show Spelled Pronunciation en -tr uh -pee Pronunciation Key Show IPA Pronunciation –noun Thermodynamics a. (on a macroscopic scale) a function of thermodynamic variables, as temperature, pressure, or composition, that is a measure of the energy that is not available for work during a thermodynamic process. A closed system evolves toward a state of maximum entropy. b. (in statistical mechanics) a measure of the randomness of the microscopic constituents of a thermodynamic system. Symbol: S (in data transmission and information theory) a measure of the loss of information in a transmitted signal or message. (in cosmology) a hypothetical tendency for the universe to attain a state of maximum homogeneity in which all matter is at a uniform temperature (heat death).

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entropy is developed as a response to increasing censorship and surveillance in the internet. The program connects your computer to a network of machines
Home Introduction Screenshots Downloads CVS ... Deutsch ENTROPY stands for Emerging Network To Reduce Orwellian Potency Yield and as such describes the main goal of the project.
  • ENTROPY is developed as a response to increasing censorship and surveillance in the internet. The program connects your computer to a network of machines which all run this software. The ENTROPY network is running parallel to the WWW and also other internet services like FTP, email, ICQ. etc. For the user the ENTROPY network looks like a collection of WWW pages. The difference to the WWW however is that there are no accesses to central servers. And this is why there is no site operator who could log who downloaded what and when. Every computer taking part in the ENTROPY network (every node) is at the same time server, router for other nodes, caching proxy and client for the user: that is You. After you gained some experience with the ENTROPY network, there are command line tools for you to insert whole directory trees into the network as a ENTROPY site. So ENTROPY does for you what a webspace provider does for you in the WWW - but without the storage and bandwidth costs and without any regulation or policy as to what kind of content you are allowed to publish. Everyone can contribute his own ENTROPY site for everybody else to browse through. The contents is stored in a distributed manner across all available and reachable nodes and no one can find out about who put up what contents into the network [ ]. Even if your node is not actively running, your contents can be retrieved by others without knowing that it was actually you who published the files. Of course this is only true if you do not publish your name (or leave your name or other personal data in the files you publish)

14. Entropy Journal
Journal devoted to the exploration of entropy in statistics and science.
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16. Entropy -- From Wolfram MathWorld
In physics, the word entropy has important physical implications as the amount of disorder of a system. In mathematics, a more abstract definition is used
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Entropy In physics, the word entropy has important physical implications as the amount of "disorder" of a system. In mathematics, a more abstract definition is used. The (Shannon) entropy of a variable is defined as bits, where is the probability that is in the state , and is defined as if . The joint entropy of variables is then defined by SEE ALSO: Differential Entropy Information Theory Kolmogorov Entropy Kolmogorov-Sinai Entropy ... Topological Entropy REFERENCES: Ellis, R. S. Entropy, Large Deviations, and Statistical Mechanics. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1985. Havil, J. "A Measure of Uncertainty." §14.1 in Gamma: Exploring Euler's Constant. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, pp. 139-145, 2003. Khinchin, A. I. Mathematical Foundations of Information Theory. New York: Dover, 1957. Lasota, A. and Mackey, M. C. Chaos, Fractals, and Noise: Stochastic Aspects of Dynamics, 2nd ed. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1994. Ott, E. "Entropies." §4.5 in

17. Entropy And The Laws Of Thermodynamics
Today the word entropy is as much a part of the language of the physical sciences as it is of the human sciences. Unfortunately, physicists, engineers

18. Entropy - Home/News
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new design finally, waited for it like it! don't like it Kathleen has died...................................................... Written by entropy Friday, 01 February 2008 We are sad to announce that our singer (and Erik's wife) Kathleen has died on the 25th of january 2008. She was fighting cancer and lost. She was very very proud she did her first and only gig with Entropy in november. This was a 'high' in here life and very special as she was already ill. We will miss here for here singing, her lyrics, but also for the positive and gentle voice she was in many ways in Entropy.
Last Updated ( Friday, 01 February 2008 ) Pictures of the concert now on site Written by entropy Monday, 07 January 2008 Check out the images-part of this site to find some pictures of our concert in Beets. They've been taken by our good friend Henk Verheul. Thank you, Henk! They're awesome and a cool reminder of a fantastic night!! (Alas no pictures of Stephan by himself, since he was 'shrouded in darkness' and the camera had problems making him visible enough)

19. Entropy Explained
Explanation of entropy and how it is hopelessly misunderstood by creationists and sometimes even some of their opponents.
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Entropy Explained (2003, 2005)
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Addendum A to "Bad Science, Worse Philosophy: the Quackery and Logic-Chopping of David Foster's The Philosophical Scientists" (2000) Introduction The concept of entropy is generally not well understood among laymen. With the help of several physicists, including Wolfgang Gasser and Malcolm Schreiber, I have composed the following article in an attempt to correct a common misunderstanding.[ ] Contrary to what many laymen think, there is no Law of Entropy which states that order must always decrease. That is a layman's fiction, although born from a small kernel of reality. The actual Law of Entropy is better known as the Second Law of Thermodynamics. The First Law is that energy is not created or destroyed, and the Third Law is that absolute zero cannot be achievedeach of these laws is actually entailed from the first, in conjunction with certain other assumptions. But it is the Second Law that many laymen incorrectly think says that order must always decrease. In traditional thermodynamics, entropy is a measure of the amount of energy in a closed system that is no longer available to effect changes in that system. A system is closed when no energy is being added to or removed from it, and energy becomes unavailable not by leaving the system, but by becoming irretrievably disordered, as a consequence of the laws of statistical mechanics. But even though the total amount of energy that is irretrievably disordered will increase, this does not mean order cannot increase somewhere else in that same system. This is where confusion arises. Of course, entropy can be measured in an open system, too, but this introduces additional variables, and of course the Second Law then no longer applies. But even when the Second Law applies, it is still possible for a closed system to produce order, even highly elaborate order, so long as there is a greater increase in disorder somewhere else in the system.

20. Entropy Is Simple...If We Avoid The Briar Patches!
Simple introduction to entropy, entropy and nature.
If We Avoid the Briar Patches!
are the most important scientific concepts to anyone
who wants to understand how the world works.
They're both simple, if expressed in plain English without briars like
#1. Writers who are not scientists or who are joking mathematicians . See the 2007 article, , especially the conclusion and Note 4.
#2. "Isolated systems" instead of our open system of earth and sun
#3. Misleading statements like "Entropy is disorder" (It isn't disorder!)
#4. Messy desks erroneous examples of an increase in entropy
The second law of thermodynamics is our "greatest good"
but it's also our "baddest bad".
is ultimately possible because of the second law
but so are death, the violence of car accidents and hurricanes!
Who should read this site?
Any mature adult who wants to know how the material world works.

Why do you say "mature adult"?
Because most younger students are in a hurry. However, for students in the humanities and the arts this site would be very useful for their information and for their thinking lifelong.

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