Let me give another example that T think will equalize the variables....
Polymath says that a book of purposeful text has more disorder than book full of 0's.
Consider two scenarios.....
Construction team A, composed of novices who have never built anything, is given the assignment to build a house. Materials are provided, along with a book on "How to Build a House".
Construction team B, composed of novices who have never built anything, is given the same task, but instead of a book of instruction, they are given only a book full of 0's.
Construction team A, after a year of labor, completes an decent house.(Lower entropy). However, substantial energy is expended in the process.
Construction team B, after two years of trial and error labor, completes a house that is much less ordered than house A, at a cost of much more energy.
The only difference in these two systems is the provision of instructions. Construction team A obviously resulted in lower entropy (superior house with less energy expended). Yet you guys are claiming that the instructions provided to team A were "less ordered" than those provided to team B.
Please logically explain this dilemma in terms of your concept of order.
This does not create a dilemma. What makes you think this is a dilemma?
You demonstrate you don't understand what "ordered" means in context.
There is a false analogy issue as well, but lets not quibble.