Tag Archives: Disorder

Creativity and Entropy

It seems to me that everybody that sets their mind to creating things faces an incessant battle against entropy, which they can never win, ultimately.  Yet, we create anyway, because without creation, entropy is indistinguishable from decay. Think about it.  … Continue reading

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Music as Analogue for Life

I’m reading a very interesting book at the moment; a Christmas gift.  It’s a book that speculates on the nature and occurrence of intelligent life in the universe.  Essentially, it is an examination of the Fermi paradox:  if intelligent life … Continue reading

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Order and Disorder

In art, which is better: order, disorder, or a bit of both?  How about in other human affairs? Order implies uniformity, conformity and obedience.  Things are easier to control and regiment, when they are in straight lines and adhere to … Continue reading

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