If the infinite monkey theorem provides proofs for the probability of order's emergence from chaos, is there a way to measure the probability of order in our universe i.e. matter/anti-matter, snowflakes, DNA?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I just wonder because if there was, you could compare the two values and see if we observe a higher rate of order in reality than in a theoretical chaos based situation.

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# The Infinite monkey VS reality

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