Articles by William M. Overn
AS DISCUSSED in last month's article, entropy is qualitatively equated to probability. This concept better explains the localized phenomenon referred to in the last article in the area of the refinery engine that produces gasoline, where the conditions have been contrived to make gasoline most probable, and the second law holds, allowing gasoline to form. . .
THIS ARTICLE attempts to remove some of the mystery about entropy and the second law of thermodynamics, so that the lay man may understand how this law legislates against evolution. It also legislates against man's making perfect use of his energy supply, and has a great deal to say about the orderly decay and degeneration of living substances. . .