Negentropy: Convergence of Evolution, Cognition and the Origin of Life

“Negentropy” or Negative Entropy is a term coined by Erwin Schrodinger in 1943 to describe how life turns disorder into order, which runs in the opposite direction of normal thermodynamics and even “Murphy’s Law.” Only life does this, and to date no one understands what principle or property enables life to do this.

In July 2022 I was invited to speak at the Thermodynamics 2.0 Conference at Appalachian State University in Boone North Carolina, with specialists from around the world from chemistry, physics, sociology, economics, biology and engineering. This is my talk “Negentropy: Convergence of Evolution, Cognition and the Origin of Life. (PDF slide deck)

A Special Issue of the Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions A will be devoted to papers from this conference, which represents a potential sea-change in the trajectory of science.

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