Re: The Second Law of Intelligence
- From: TomS <TomS_member@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 4 Sep 2006 06:17:06 -0700
"On 4 Sep 2006 00:53:20 -0700, in article
<1157356400.139400.61430@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 'Rev Dr' Lenny Flank
The First Law of Intelligence (FLOI or 1LOI) says: The level of order
in a system is directly proportional to the level of applied
What intelligence produces snowflakes?
Or hexagonal patterns in dried-out mudflats?
No WONDER nobody pays any attention to creationuts. (shrug)
The most ordered systems are completely uniform.
A snowflake, for example, is less ordered than a raindrop.
Any biological system is less ordered that a uniform mix of the
And atoms are less ordered than empty space.
Perhaps the ultimate in order is the empty set.
Unless, of course, our correspondent has some definition of
order which describes a different concept.
---Tom S. <http://talkreason.org/articles/chickegg.cfm>
"... have a clear idea of what you should expect if your hypothesis is correct,
and what you should observe if your hypothesis is wrong ... If you cannot do
this, then this is an indicator that your hypothesis may be too vague."
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