Imagine a cup of coffee. You put sugar in it. You mix it with a spoon – either slow or fast. The coffee gets sweet. However, what if you put too much sugar into the cup? It is too late. Two substances have become one. This is the uniform direction, the ‘arrow pointed through time,’ entropy is based on: The irreversible deterioration of energy in every system resulting in a state of nondifferentiation within matter. If you mix long enough everything will become this sweet brownish indiscernible liquid – everything will deteriorate into chaos. However, as much as too much sugar may turn to bitterness it is entropy that implies both the dissolution of necessity and the beginning of the end – and maybe even a new beginning.