Galatian posted “entropy is about heat.” Let’s talk about that, because he is wrong. The Second Law of Thermodymanics is about heat (thermo) movement (dynamics). Entropy has a wider general definition which is not necessarily connected with heat per se. It has to do with energy. Energy can be expressed as heat. It can also be expressed as light or any of the range of the electromagnetic spectrum. In P.W. Atkins’ The 2nd Law; Energy, Chaos, and Form, he states that entropy is a measure of chaos (p.63). Thus, earlier, he had stated that entropy ”labels the manner in which the energy is stored.” In relation to heat, the higher the temperature of storage, the less the entropy. In more general terms, however, this would compare with potential energy – which is the most efficient storage of energy, for the minute energy is converted to its kinetic form, it disperses to some degree or another, thus increasing its entropy. It is for this reason that Atkins states “The natural tendency of energy to disperse – that is, to spread through space, to spread the particles that are storing it, and to lose the coherence with which the particles are storing it – establishes the direction of natural events. …Natural processes are those that accompany the dispersal of energy. …As Energy collapses into chaos, the events of the world move forward.” Now, put this together. If natural processes are those that accompany the dispersal of energy, and if dispersal of energy is defined as entropy, then the natural processes are always defined by an increase in entropy, or the disorganization and dispersal of energy. This is the argument which mitigates against evolution. Evolution in terms of common descent from a single-celled organism requires a general increase in both organization and complexity. Certain specific cases of a decrease can be argued by evolutionists, but that is not the point. The point is that the general trend claimed is towards more specificity, more organization, more complexity. And while specific cases of a decrease in entropy can be argued on a universal scale, the rule is the increase of entropy through time. The general trend of natural processes, defined as relating to entropy, are an increase in entropy. The general trend of evolution, defined as relating to entropy, is a decrease in entropy. The law of entropy and the claims of evolution run exactly opposite each other. If one is true, the other cannot be. We know the general increase in entropy is true. This alone falsifies the claims of evolutionists. And since entropy increases with time, the more time evolution demands, the worse off it must find itself. Thus it is not a matter of the Second Law of Thermodynamics as a specific field of study, but of entropy as a definition of natural processes which labels evolution as unnatural. And yet the entire premise of evolution is that natural, material causes are responsible for all the life forms that exist today – that they arose naturally from changes, over time, starting with one tiny, single-celled organism.