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Entropy versus Coherence

Entropy versus Coherence Juliano and the Arcturians through David K. Miller

Greetings, I am Juliano. We are the Arcturians. Today we are going to look at coherence from its opposite angle, which is entropy. Entropy is a classical energy of chaos and disorder, and it is described as an energy of confusion and disintegration. This is usually how it is discussed in relation to the thermodynamic principles in modern physics. It is noted that energies, objects, or systems have a way of disintegrating, or becoming chaotic.

From a sociological standpoint, the energy of entropy is similar to the ideas of thermodynamic physics. Namely, social or political systems — particularly societal systems — have a tendency to break down into chaos. In fact, if you look at Earth and its current situation, you will observe that polarization in the political and social world systems is an aspect leading to entropy. For example, picture a statistical chart in which there are many dots in a circle that closely stick together. In polarization, you will find that the dots are separated into different aspects or opposite parts of the enclosed circle. They are now opposing dots, or dots of the opposite nature, that are conglomerating and forming separate units.

Now, imagine that the dots in the circle represent the people and the energy of a social system. If people are working together in harmony, the dots represent all of the coherent energies working together. Those dots will be viewed in a tight-knit, coherent system. The system might seem to move toward polarization and eventual chaos, or disintegration. One of the early symptoms of chaos is polarization in which you see the dots that are representative of early signs of system chaos will move opposite each other.