#36 Entropy

A concept of entropy is that nature tends from order to disorder in isolated systems (1).

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I usually run a tighter ship than this but I thought I'd run a little experiment and see what would happen if I didn't say anything.  I recieved the results I expected.  My next post will demonstrate a solution to this problem.

Stay organized and I'll see you in the field.


Written in Sparks, Nevada.


From the Dictionary of Archaeology, Peguin Reference, 2004, an entry chosen using a random number generator Pg 265, entry 6:

Kurgan (from an Old-Turkic term for a fortress) a term which was primarily used for any hill, including big burial mounds, but is now used in Russian archaeology as a term for any barrow, burial mound or tumulus.  The best known, due to their enormouse size, are the so-called 'royal' kurgans of the Scythian period.