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What if we find life in a dozen different places in the next 50 years, something that no longer seems so unlikely? Imagine a different redrafting of fundamental physics if you will, but it still seems to be that it would have to start struggling with how it is that extremely, excruciatingly highly organized systems keep popping up, and then go about spreading as much as possible.
Damocles, i will most certainly look for that book. I may not get to it for a couple of years, as i have mentally tiring things on my plate, but it is a matter of sufficient passion for me to pursue. But i'll still suggest that reducing net entropy may well be possible for an intelligence that manages to organize on a scale that is sufficiently fine. I naturally loved this phys.org post on an experiment seeming to validate the possibility of Maxwell's demon.