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  • Entropy is the tendency of a system to move to its most energetic (entropic) state.

    Globalization

  • Entropy is the tendency of a system to move to its most energetic (entropic) state.

    Geopolitics

  • Entropy is the tendency of a system to move to its most energetic (entropic) state.

    entropic policy

  • Entropy is the tendency of a system to move to its most energetic (entropic) state.

    10 posts from December 2009

  • Entropy is the tendency of a system to move to its most energetic (entropic) state.

    Expression

  • Entropy is the tendency of a system to move to its most energetic (entropic) state.

    entropic policy

  • Genetic Entropy is the more accurate model of biological evoltution, imho.

    Aiguy's Computer

  • Entropy is an extraordinarily interesting property of a substance, particularly in the light of the molecular and atomic theories.

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1949- Presentation Speech

  • And yes, fanboys, maintenance will need to be done--no matter how magical the technology is, there's still this thing called Entropy that affects the entire damn universe.

    ROCKET REDS vs GUARDSMAN: WHO YA GOT?

  • Check out the Operation Smile SXSW Flickr set here, hosted on Alexander aka Entropy Art's photostream.

    BlogHer

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