Great answer 70, but now answer the question that was originally asked;<quoted text>
At room temperature, water molecules are bouncing off each other and you have water. When you take away heat and they freeze, water molecules stick to each other with weak molecular bonds, forming ice crystals and snowflakes because of the shape of the H2O molecule. The same thing happens if you put a bunch of weak magnets in a jar and shake it. The magnets bounce around. When you stop, the magnets stick together. They are at a lower energy level. There is order, yet no complexity - just a simple repetitive structure that does not do anything.
"When water freezes, does the entropy of the water increase or decrease?"
YOU are the one who brought this to the table, so now its time to show your understanding of what you are claiming about Evolutionists. So get googlin'...