The second law of thermodynamics states that all things naturally move from a higher to a lower state of order. A law of science is only established when no exceptions are found after years of study. Albert Einstein called the second law of thermodynamics, “the premier law of science” upon which all other processes are based. Scientists are finding that the entire universe, including the sun and the stars, are subject to this law. All processes are slowly winding down.

Things can only move to a state of increased complexity with the addition of controlled energy and intelligent guidance, such as when a pile of bricks is turned into a building. Natural processes will do the opposite–tear buildings down, not build them up. The same is true with life. Mistakes and extinctions are happening all around us, whereas new life forms are not developing. Observations agree with the second law of thermodynamics–life is heading in the direction of increasing disorder. This means there must have been more order in the past. Where did this original state of extrmely high order orginate?

From A Closer Look at the Evidence by Kleiss, March 3.

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