Richard Armitage developing chaos

entropy: in science, the measure of the extent of unavailability of heat for transformation into work; or, figuratively, the tendency of organized systems to descend into disorder. From Greek, trope, transformation. Richard Armitage as Claude Monet in The Impressionists. Source: RichardArmitageNet.com

~ by Servetus on March 21, 2017.

4 Responses to “Richard Armitage developing chaos”

  1. 😀 I just love this series! How does the inspiration strike – photo first, or do you choose a word to illustrate?

    • it varies. Usually I’m thinking about something or other, or I’m in a particular mood, and the word comes first and then I look for a photo. Entropy is a HUGE problem for me.

  2. DIAGRAMME ENTHALPIE ENTROPIE DE L’EAU
    Le point de rosée, la naissance du brouillard, de la buée sur une vitre,…quand la poésie rejoint la science. 🙂

    • nicely put — once I learned what entropy was, it seemed to me that thermodynamics explained something fundamental about how the universe works, and not just scientifically. It’s everywhere, once one looks for it.

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