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“Isentropic” comes from Ancient Greek “ῐ̓́σος” or “iso-” meaning “equal” (or “same”) and “entropy.”
Entropy (chaos) comes from its Ancient Greek root[...]
What happens when you take a glass full of water out of a pool?
The rest comes rushing in to fill the void, right?
However, you put[...]
“It’s your business when your neighbor’s wall is in flames.”
Horace, 19 B.E.V.
Ever so cautiously, the blinds are being lifted for light to emerge into[...]
Reflections on mimesis, myth, and my role in the Order of Nine Angles[...]