How is it that the tendency for bosons to take the same state doesn't violate rules of entropy? I can understand why Bose-Einstein condensation wouldn't, because that's how the particles take a minimum energy state. I know lasers work because the photons present encourage other photon involvement (excitation) because of this property of bosons. Is it that this ordered laser beam actually has an increased number of microstates? (that's my best guess) I'm only an undergraduate, so I'm assuming there's more "inner-workings" that I don't know of.