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Re: 2nd law of thermodynamics



In a message dated 95-11-09 15:11:57 EST, ArtSippo@aol.com writes:

>So books in a library which are
>properly cataloged are no more orderly in a thermodynamic sense than those
>put on shelves randomly.  

They are more orderly, even in a thermodynamic sense, because it took energy
from somewhere else to put them in order from an initially less ordered
state.