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Some laws aren't meant to be broken. Take the second law of thermodynamics, which states that entropy - a measure of disorder - never decreases in an isolated system. Glass shatters, cream disperses in coffee, eggs scramble - but never the reverse. This is why heat always moves from hot to cold: Doing so increases the overall entropy.
Entanglement Made Simple | Quanta Magazine 
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Some laws aren't meant to be broken. Take the second law of thermodynamics, which states that entropy - a measure of disorder - never decreases in an isolated system. Glass shatters, cream disperses in coffee, eggs scramble - but never the reverse. This is why heat always moves from hot to cold: Doing so increases the overall entropy.
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