Re: Second law of thermodynamics

Loren Haarsma (lhaarsma@retina.anatomy.upenn.edu)
Sat, 19 Dec 1998 12:20:28 -0500 (EST)

Allan Harvey wrote:

> Examples of "good" natural processes that were clearly around in
> pre-Fall times where entropy is particularly prominent are the digestion
> of food and the operation of the sun.

To illustrate this point further, a few more easy-to-understand examples might
help. Example: when the scent of a flower diffuses into the air, entropy
increases. This is true of any scent. Does anyone doubt that animals
had noses before the Fall?

Loren Haarsma