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It all ends up at the bottom of the falls, but sometimes it can do some interesting stuff (life and other useful mechanical work) on the way.Check here for important announcements and other Shroud of Turin Website news.This new paper is also based (at least in part) on the samples STERA, Inc.provided, but, as of this writing, has not yet been evaluated by the Board]. Bresee, Isabel Piczek, Ian Dickinson, Luigi Garlaschelli, Franco Ramaccini and Sergio Della Sala and many more.
In fact, the entropy (as used/defined in thermodynamics) of most animals (by weight) is all the same.
The second law of thermodynamics is sometimes (too succinctly) stated as “disorder increases over time”.
That statement seems to hold true, what with mountains wearing down, machines breaking, and the inevitable, crushing march of time. Plants can turn dirt (disordered) into more plants (order), and on a larger scale life has evolved from individual cells (fairly ordered) to big complicated critters (very ordered).
It all eventually turns into heat and radiates away, but instead of doing it all at once it does it through a few links in the food chain.
You can think of this huge sunlight-to-re-radiated-heat increase in entropy like water going over a waterfall, and life as being like a hydro-electric dam.