Cosmological fluctuations from equilibrium are best described in the Boltzmann brain paradox. My question may very well be better suited for statistical mechanics but it has relations with cosmology so I'll post it here. Anyway, it is often stated that BBs will perceive chaotic observations etc. But let's forget about BBs and focus just on eventual environments and other objects that can fluctuate. In what sense will they be chaotic, so that for instance most planets that fluctuate will be highly disorganized or that most objects that fluctuate are disordered than usual structures? What would the Boltzmann hypothesis predict for the distribution of other objects and their state except for brains?