Yes Morowitz contrasts the arbirary measure of entropy Feynman described with his black and white example, with the objective measure of entropy found in statistical thermodynamics.<quoted text>
“The logarithm of that number of ways is the entropy.”
“Notice that Feynman does not use Boltzmann's constant. He assigns no physical units to this kind of entropy, just a number (a logarithm.)”
BTW you are probably too red faced to apologise for claiming "statistical thermodynamics" was a term I made up. I understand, true humility is never a strong point with your type, especially after you made such an effort to be dismissive and condescending. But more to the point, your own error in this case might have taught you that the statistical approach to thermodynamics is STILL thermodynamics and you have made a very fundamental error of understanding on this point.
In any case, you cannot even show how the application of energy to a system can reduce the number of available microstates so this whole argument of yours is a red herring. Either way, you are wrong.