Order & The Second Law Of Thermodynamics
Evolution defies the Second Law of Thermodynamics, by causing simple organisms to change, by chance, into complex organisms.
The Facts Are .....
"Another way of stating the Second Law then is, 'The universe is constantly getting more disorderly!' ..... everything deteriorates, collapses, breaks down, wears out, all by itself - and that is what the second law is all about." An interpretation of the meaning of the Second Law, written by world-renowned evolutionist Isaac Asimov, in "In the Game of Energy and Thermodynamics You Can't Even Break Even", Smithsonian Institution Journal, June, 1970 p:6
The whole process of evolution is in total opposition to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, which states that time leads to disorder, rather than to order. It is argued in defence of this anomaly by evolutionists that the second law only applies to closed systems, while they claim that our world is in an open system. They falsely contend that complexity is generated and maintained at the expense of the energy supplied to it from the Sun. A bull loose in a crockery shop expends energy and performs work, but it does not create or maintain order. What is required for maintenance and development is work that follows specification. This specification requires information on how to proceed. American Scientist, Vol. 56, 1968 p:100; Chemical and Engineering News, July 7, 1980 p:40; G.G. Simpson & W.S. Beck, "Life: An Introduction to Biology", (2nd ed.), Harcourt, Brace & World Inc, 1965 p:466
"An answer can readily be given to the question, 'Has the second law of thermodynamics been circumvented?' NOT YET". Written by expert Frank A. Greco in "On the Second Law of Thermodynamics", American Laboratory, Vol. 14, October, 1982 p:80-88
"There is no recorded experiment in the history of science that contradicts the second law or its corollaries ..... ". Written to show that no experimental evidence has disproved the second law, by physicists G.N. Hatspoulous & E.P. Gyftopoulos in E.B. Stuart, et al (eds.) "Deductive Quantum Thermodynamics in a Critical Review of Thermodynamics", Mono Books Corp: Baltimore, 1970 p:78
"There are no known violations of the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Ordinarily the second law is stated for isolated systems, but the second law applies equally well to open systems - there is somehow associated with the field of far-from-equilibrium phenomena the notion that the Second Law of Thermodynamics fails for such systems. It is important to make sure that this error does not perpetuate itself." Written by Professor John Ross (Harvard University) to indicate that if Earth is regarded as an open system, then the Second Law still applies to it (meaning that evolution could not occur). In Chemical and Engineering News, July 7, 1980 p:40
"..... if your theory is found to be against the second law of thermodynamics I can give you no hope; there is nothing for it but to collapse in deepest humiliation." Written by British astronomer Arthur S. Eddington, indicating that the theory of evolution, according to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, is virtually impossible. Recorded in his book "The Nature of the Physical World", Macmillan: New York, 1930 p:74
"No matter how carefully we examine the energetics of living systems we find no evidence of defeat of thermodynamic principles, but we do encounter a degree of complexity not witnessed in the non-living world." Written by evolutionary biochemist Dr Harold F. Blum in his book "Time's Arrow and Evolution", Princeton University Press: Princeton (USA), 1962 p:119
"Although it is true that mere chance processes can produce things, it is equally true that whatever chance creates, it almost instantaneously annihilates. Thus, we are not here by a mere chance process for if that were true, we would have vanished long ago by the same objective probability. As it turns out, much to the evolutionist's consternation, time is actually an enemy of organic evolution, not its salvation. The handiwork of time is disassociation and disintegration, not synthesis." Written by Scott M. Huse, in his book "The Collapse of Evolution", Baker Book House: Grand Rapids (USA), 1983 p:92