You don't seem to have any intention of learning anything but are just out to have some fun, no?
If creation of matter is impossible then God couldn't have created it and if god did create it then creation of matter is not impossible.
I didn't say the creation of matter and energy was impossible, Science said that.
But really, all the energy (of which matter is a part) was present at the Big Band and it simply changed shape and size. It wasn't created ex nihilo.
I don't know who this "But Really" is or where he publishes.
Are you conceding the point that god is needed to explain why we see matter?
With one room of vapor, and one a vacuum with a crystal of salt in it, the second has far less energy, and infinite less complexity.
Assuming you're correct, if I take that vacuum with a crystal of salt in it and then vaporize it, I would have increased the complexity. So there's your increase in complexity that you said was impossible.
And you know what, I would have had to input energy into that system, which would mean its no longer closed.
And only closed systems must increase entropy, not "everything".
I don't know that particular law.
Its called The Second Law of Thermodymanics.
Energy is energy by any name.
You don't have a clue what you're talking about, do you?
Could you define the word "energy" for me please?
You aren't talking about an amount of work, are you?