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1st law...evolution counters this by the big bang theory. how did all that stuff get there in the first place any way?
Well, I think we might be lumping two theories into one here. The Big Bang Theory was not asserted by Darwin, but someone else. Darwin discussed evolution through natural selection.
As for how all that stuff got there in the first place, well I've never felt a compulsion to answer that, just as I've never felt a compulsion to answer how God 'got there' in the first place.
We'll skip the second law for the sake of clarity of assertion.
Evolution and entropy - evolution says that everything is evolving and getting better (disorder to order)
So there might be a misappropriation of theory here. You may have seen this in the biblical context as well. Somebody sees a passage and applies it in a way it was not meant.
So Entropy does say order to chaos, but evolution does not say chaos to order. The idea that things are changing in biology does not imply that they are becoming more orderly. Evolution, or more appropriately natural selection assumes that the biological entity that fits an environment best will be more likely to continue. This does not make it orderly.
Some organisms are so effective at surviving and reproducing that they outgrow their environment, and if they do not change, they die. They die because their environment loses its ability to carry the organism. The best example is a plague of some sort. Why do these plagues not persist? In the past, it was more because they killed off their hosts before transfering to a new one. Certainly, we didn't have effective bio-hazard quarantines in the Dark Ages.
Entropy does however apply to biology however. The area I am studying currently is realted to movement coordination patterns, but it's a lot of dry mathematics, so I'll bring up another entropy factor in biology.
One might consider the architecture of the human body as 'orderly'. It has several cooperative systems which sustain this body long enough to replicate itself, possibly several times over. However, this body, after a few years might suffer minor and major injuries, of acute and chronic nature. The spinal column might become misaligned, suffer from degeneration of a disk, or even damage to a vertebrae. It gets out of whack. Such a thing might cause a biological entity to become less active and thus allows aging to occur more rapidly.
With degenerative composition happening first from misuse, then lack of use, this body eventually comes to a place where it ceases to funcition. It dies. Without harsh industrial chemicals and a hermetically sealed box, the material which manifested itself as a biological being begins to decay, mostly with the help of other, smaller bio-entities. The being loses its systems, structures, and form. It loses water, and protein, and carbon, and other things. The biological entity has gone from order to chaos.
I'll break here, and address the other stuff in a new post.