2nd law of thermodynamics applied

entropy (or decay) represents the amount of energy input to the system which does not participate in work done by the system.

It’s easy to be selfish.

[Left alone, all things move towards entropy]

It’s harder to be selfless.

[The system needs constant energy input.]

Can you dig it?

[Hint: complexity of action(s) (but not necessarily the number of moving parts) applied to the system does not equal less entropy]

Can you narrow it down and dial it in?

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2 Responses to 2nd law of thermodynamics applied

  1. alaisheart says:

    My answer is gratitude…

    Like

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