Entropy has been described to me many different ways. Overall, I understand it as the measurement of randomness or disorder in a system. This doesn't make sense to me. It seems that it is a term made for humans. For example, if we knew all the information about every particle in the universe, wouldn't the universe be deterministic? We can't do that because we are humans. If you look at it simply, every particle has information and it isn't random. The only reason it seems random is due to the fact that we can't observe it all at once. I'm sure this is a stupid question and I don't have something right. It just isn't sitting well in my head.