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Does language change over time or does it stay the same?

Language definitely changes over time. If language were static, we wouldn't know what to do with all the new technology, because a static language isn't open to new words and

What is entropy in system development?

Due to inertia and non-conflict an ineffective coordination prevails thus there will be gradual decline in the organisational health and thus entropy is triggered in the organ

Does the entropy of a system stay the same over time?

The entropy of a system cannot decrease unless heat is leaving it. This means that if the system is closed (i.e. nothing gets in or out - and that means absolutely nothing)

What happens to a system as entropy increases?

Fundamentally, if the entropy of a system increases, that means that the energy of the system ("normalized" to , i.e., divided by the temperature of the system) has become mor

The system that shows a decrease in entropy is?

There is at least one non spontaneous reactions occuring in the particular system. So someone or something has to shred energy in order to continue the procedure.
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Do dunes stay the same over Time?

No, because wind will erode the sand. This deforms dunes over time. The eroded sand will eventually be deposited to make more dunes, though.