Entropy has been defined as nearly synonamous with randomness (http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&rlz=1T4TSNA_enUS371US371&defl=en&q=define:entropy&sa=X&ei=PyWxTPLOFcT6lwf-rZmYDQ&ved=0CBIQkAE"). In our every-day experience things naturaly progress from a state of less entropy to a state of more entropy. This observation has even been elevated to the status of a physical law of thermodynamics. My question is why did the early universe have such low entropy? It seems like everything exploding from a single point would lead to a highly random distribution of mater and energy.
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