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by Michael Calkins (Login MCalkins)
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As a tiny subtopic:

>"The food we eat and the air we exhale increases the entropy of the universe by much more than the decrease in entropy in our brains due to the ordering of information (memories).".

What of the plants that are fertilized by the resulting waste products (sewer and carbon dioxide)?
I would assume that plant and animal growth drastically decrease entropy.

Regards,
Michael

Posted on Jul 31, 2005, 11:10 PM

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