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Entropy involves the gain of energy over time. True or False.
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User: Entropy involves the gain of energy over time. True or False.

Weegy: It is TRUE that entropy involves the gain of energy over time.
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Entropy involves the gain of energy over time.

This statement is FALSE.

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The statement is FALSE.

Entropy is the disorder of a system. Or in other words, how much the energy is spread out. For example, the universe is always expanding, so the same amount of energy is distributed over a larger area, and cannot be undone.
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Try to avoid Q&A sites as sources. They are not reliable.
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Ok, I will try! Thank you for the notice! But... warning for this?
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biank1989, we are all required to take the test again, and I'm sure you have done it too. So you are expected to follow the rules. Also, it is important to read the blogs always because many updates are posted there. Since we were all required to re-take the test, the weegy admin said on the blogs that we can issue a warning right away to an expert who is not following the rules after the test has been taken.

Please read the blog post here:
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I didn't knew about the blog. I will try reading it too. My bad in this situation. Will try to do my best from now on...
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biank1989, just read over the rules again and if you show you are consistently following the rules your warning will be retracted.
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yes. thank you. I am now following the rules carefully.
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