> "I don't agree that low entropy and negative entropy are the same"

Since entropy is defined by taking the logarithm of a measure, it's actually impossible for the entropy to switch sign. So the concept of negative entropy is essentially the same as low entropy -- i.e. by definition. The negative is simply a modifier to indicate that one is characterizing order as opposed to disorder.

Since entropy is defined by taking the logarithm of a measure, it's actually impossible for the entropy to switch sign. So the concept of negative entropy is essentially the same as low entropy -- i.e. by definition. The negative is simply a modifier to indicate that one is characterizing order as opposed to disorder.