Increasing Entropy : Heat Death or Perpetual Harmonies ?

@inproceedings{Ulanowicz2009IncreasingE,
  title={Increasing Entropy : Heat Death or Perpetual Harmonies ?},
  author={Robert E. Ulanowicz and Arthur Stanley Eddington},
  year={2009}
}
Classically, the increase of entropy implies an ineluctable dissipation of energy and materials into what is known as ‘heat death’. A strictly logical take on the Boltzmann entropy reveals, however, that the measure amalgamates order with disorganization. Hence, under some nonequilibrium circumstances, the production of order becomes an inevitable feature… CONTINUE READING