In article <333gnf$tk at bbs.pnl.gov>, <rs_mckee at pnl.gov> writes:
> From: rs_mckee at pnl.gov (Robert S. McKee)
> Simply stated, evolution is the belief that physical systems (in this case
> spontaneously through random processes organize themselves into states of
> higher-order. Unfortunately, this violates the entropy laws which tell us that
> systems tend toward greater disorder.
> Ref: Thermodynamics With an Introduction to Thermostatistics,
> Herbert B. Callen, 3rd ed.
Perhaps you should go back and study your thermodynamics. There
is no violation of entropy laws in the process of evolution. You
cannot apply the "laws" of thermodynamics to only one component of
a system to the exclusion of all other components.