Entropy is a property used extensively in chemistry to study reactions. Basically, it consists of the organization of particles. The more disorganized, the higher the entropy.
Because organization is not maintainable in the long run, in stituations left to their own, entropy will increase until it reaches an equilibrium - which would likely be the point past which you cannot get any more random and disorganized. It affects many things such as reaction spontaneity and speed.
It’s claimed the entropy of the universe is increasing indefinitely, and that because of this, organization is not sustainable indefinitely and is prepetually decaying. Our bodies are an example - we get older every day, result of the decreasing function of our cells whose ability to repair itself decreases.
What if there is another quality akin to entropy, but its opposite - so that like forces, they either neutralize each other… or, even better, so that the opposite of entropy prevails.
In that case one would expect organization to prevail, and the end result.
Pure organization would have many facets such as possibly infinite intelligence (imagine your brain constructed an infinite number of times better, a result of perfect organization and a resulting negative entropy, preventing its quality from decaying). It seems it would be all-powerful as well - imagine a perfectly organized system, such that anything to be done can be done immediately, effectively, to exact specification to the smallest detail.
Yes, it’s another geeky moment, and possibly a very stupid idea.
What if intelligence was that force? And what if that force were slowly increasing from the beginning of the universe, so that eventually it overpowers entropy on a grand scale? We already control entropy on a small scale - our somewhat organized systems keep improving, which is seen in our improved technology such as computers. Simply put , our power to control our environment is increasing and our knowledge of it is increasing. Our awareness of it is increasing, a result of our ability to now ‘see’ invisible types of radiations and miniscule particles, as well as things in the corners of the universe. Our power over it is slowly increasing - and my point is, we’re not going to be all-powerful - but could intelligence sparkling everywhere grow to a point where it overpowers entropy on a large scale?
Molecules organized to self-sufficient cells, which organized to small organisms, which continued to evolve, and now these organisms have formed societies, which in turn have organized (or are trying to) organized into global beings. Someday very far in the future, with life from other places, they would organize into something even more self-sufficient, with yet a more far reaching ability to control their environment. Clearly there is a trend for this organizational ability to control our surroundings, even as entropy works against it in most places.
If you take this trend to infinity, and knowing that all-powerful, all knowing, all-loving is the definition of God…wouldn’t God be this…in infinity?
You may laugh outloud in a very absurd tone now. I just found it curious.