A classmate tells you that it is just as likely
A classmate tells you that it is just as likely for all the air molecules in the room you are both in to be concentrated in one corner (with the rest of the room being a vacuum) as it is for the air molecules to be distributed uniformly about the room in their current state. Is this a true statement? Why doesn’t the situation he describes actually happen?
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