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It seems pretty unlikely that laws of physics don't change over time, Entropy would see to that.
Entropy doesn't affect the laws of physics because it is a by-product of the laws of physics. The second law of thermodynamics, in particular.
I mean, honestly, how can chaos be lawful? You either have a descent into chaos or you dont.
Depends on how you define "chaos" and "lawful". The way in which chaos is defined in terms of entropy requires no change in the laws of physics over time.
What's so special about stupid old energy that only it should suffer entropy, why shouldn't laws be affected too?
Because entropy is defined in terms of energy specifically.
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