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  • noun The entropy that a living thing exports to keep its own entropy low.

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Examples

  • "negentropy," negative feedback, homeostasis and whose military model would be modern 2GW, with heavy top-down, real time command and control

    Defense and the National Interest

  • He focused on one particular phenomenon, which he termed “negentropy,” a state of total engagement and focus on something that is socially meaningful and productive.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • He focused on one particular phenomenon, which he termed “negentropy,” a state of total engagement and focus on something that is socially meaningful and productive.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • Csikszentmihalyi argued that students who regularly experienced negentropy were more likely to be well-adjusted, happy teenagers who made a smooth transition to adulthood.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • Kids who played the violin, did a sport they loved, or were involved in a chess club were the kinds of kids who regularly experienced negentropy.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • Deepak talks about activating the force of negentropy as a part of spiritual healing.

    Deepak Chopra: Spiritual Healing (Part 2): Negentropy

  • Deepak talks about activating the force of negentropy as a part of spiritual healing.

    Deepak Chopra: Spiritual Healing (Part 2): Negentropy

  • Csikszentmihalyi argued that students who regularly experienced negentropy were more likely to be well-adjusted, happy teenagers who made a smooth transition to adulthood.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • Deepak talks about activating the force of negentropy as a part of spiritual healing.

    Deepak Chopra: Spiritual Healing (Part 2): Negentropy

  • When a person experiences negentropy, he is so involved with what he is doing that he loses any self-consciousness, feels at one with the activity, and becomes unaware of the passing of time.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

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