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In the video, Dr. Steven Greer discusses how entropy is a measure of a system's disorder and how the second law of thermodynamics is an emergent law. He explains how entropy is related to information and how it is more fundamental than thermodynamic entropy. Finally, he discusses how Shannon entropy is more important than thermodynamic entropy and how it can be applied to any system of information and any type of action that reveals information.

**00:00:00**In this video, physicist Dr. Steven Greer discusses how entropy is a measure of a system's disorder and how the second law of thermodynamics is an emergent law. He explains how entropy is related to information and how it is more fundamental than thermodynamic entropy. Finally, he discusses how Shannon entropy is more important than thermodynamic entropy and how it can be applied to any system of information and any type of action that reveals information.**00:05:00**The concept of von Neumann entropy is at least incredibly powerful. It's at the heart of quantum information theory, enabling us to calculate how much quantum information is contained in a system, determine how many bits of classical information we can get out of the system when we make a measurement, and reveal the evolution of entanglement connections is what drives the 2nd law of thermodynamics.**00:10:00**In the video, quantum entanglement is discussed as the first step in the transition between the quantum and classical world, and its effect on entropy is described. Information about the detailed quantum states of all particles becomes increasingly inaccessible, leading to the growth of entropy.**00:15:00**According to the presenter, exponential processes do not suddenly switch from slow growth to fast growth, but rather the rate of doubling stays constant as long as certain thresholds are not exceeded. Furthermore, quantum teleportation and movement through space are limited in certain ways due to the imposed grid structure of space. However, space does emerge on larger scales and the Kessler syndrome (the process of turning into space debris) is avoided by keeping space debris small.

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