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Extropy is a measure of a system's intelligence, information, energy, life, experience, diversity, opportunity, and growth. It is the collection of forces which oppose entropy. The term was coined by T.O. Morrow in January 1988. [1] (http://www.extropy.org/faq/index#03.01)

See Also: technological singularity, Extropianism

External Link: http://www.extropy.org/

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