It means nothing, no matter when it was first used, because there is no such thing as a closed system and you can't name even one closed system.<quoted text>
You leave out the conclusion at the bottom of the page:
"It is surprising that mixing entropy and biology still fosters confusion. The relevant concepts from physics pertaining to the second law of thermodynamics are at least 100 years old. The confusion can be eradicated if we distinguish thermodynamic entropy from logical entropy, and admit that Earth's biological system is open to organizing input from outside."
Note explicitly the last sentence.
Are you endorsing panspermia as the author is?
Panspermia has no evidence. It's worth less than nothing.