Interaction between biota and their environment more often increases the order of the former (memory, DNA, morphological adaptation) and the latter's randomness. Observation is greatly affected by whether or not entities observed are recognizable, and thus incorporable. The maintenance of homeostasis is a basic example of how an organism emulates a self-organizing system. While exploring their environment, beings probe, both utilizing illumination and perpetuating the anentropic structure - the physical self - that is the objective of life. The individual observer stands as the constant in determining the scale on which entropy is to be considered. Personal order allows a standard upon which disorder can be measured. Would you agree that observation is an anentropic process?