let me explain the in-ability to conclude
KT or Karma Theory ( कर्म ) : 'karma', means to 'act'. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English defines it as the "sum of person's actions in one of his successive states of existence, viewed as deciding his fate for the next".
The theory of karma harps on the Newtonian principle that every action produces an equal and opposite reaction. Every time we think or do something, we create a cause, which in time will bear its corresponding effects. And this cyclical cause and effect generates the concepts of (or the world) and birth and reincarnation. It is the personality of a human being or the jivatman - with its positive and negative actions - that causes karma.
- The act of branching out or dividing into branches
- A development that complicates a situation, eg: "the court's decision had many unforeseen ramifications"
ENTROPY: ok this may be a little Physics type terminology which is uncommon, but here goes: I will try to be simple and avoid un-understandable meanings written here
One of the ideas involved in the concept of entropy is that nature tends from order to disorder in isolated systems. ( Ok I looked up a lot, but no simple explaination on the net, so something from me only follows)
Though linked with Second law of Thermodynamics ( etc), simply put it means that (even at atomic levels) Order tends to more towards disorder. Examples here ( good link)
QUESTION: If by fizzix, entropy is lined up to always increase ( more dis-order) and KT says what is says, that all we do , will come back to us; and if we introduce Ramifications: the disorder can never stop and situtaions will keep going bad to worse.
If A says something to B.
B perceives the same to due to his/ her perception in a negative way
- B will want to get even with A
- The disorder will only increase
The word Ramifications makes me think a lot