I had a discussion with a Zeitgeist-head (I had no choice in the matter; he initiated it.) wherein he proceeded to be a total ideologue and jack himself off about how awesome geothermal power is. Personally, geothermal power worries the shit out of me. It is essentially praised as a great panacea in Zeitgeist.
The Zeitgeist movement also intends to achieve a world devoid of the complications related to money. While there may be a way to achieve this, the type of system that Zeitgeist fans espouse will suffer more from lacking the solution that money itself provides. Money provides a fungible medium of exchange which, not to sound like a Capitalist Ideologue myself, enables people who want something or have something to avoid the problem of coincidence of wants. I jokingly conclude, in order to dismiss the silliness of Zeitgeisters, that they've never played with K'nex
, since my own intuitive understanding of opportunity costs comes from the resource allocation issues of working with an extremely finite number of any of the kinds of pieces that I happened to be working with at the time.
Money and the motive for profit and what profit can bring provide the incentive for people to do things are outrageously stupid without a system of money and which bring greater benefits than would have been received had they not done that.
What any of this has to do with entropy isn't much--only much to do with a loose interpretation of entropy as disorder. Life is possible, in the loose interpretation of entropy, being an increase of order, due to the decrease of order in the sun. As such, if we take order from the Earth, we may lead prematurely to the death of the Earth for our purposes. That's the reason I'm quite literally afraid of using geothermal power.
I'm sorry that I couldn't organize my thoughts in this more orderedly.