In thermodynamics, entropy is a measure of the disorder of a system. The natural bias of any ordered system system will always be to move towards equilibrium, where entropy is at a minimum. This is because a system will dissipate energy in order to become more ordered. In a complex system, entropy is necessary to maintain sustainable continuity in and as information and energy flow through that system. Without entropy, the system would become too ordered, unstable and would eventually collapse. This is why authoritarian uniformity is destined to be fragile, become corrupt and invoke its own catastrophic collapse.