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Entropy can be defined as the antithesis of well-formed true reports that agree with each other and with the material facts accessible through the experience of one or more competent observers. The abstract convergence (strictly formal, logical agreement) of true narrative representations (TNRs)-ordinary valid reports of facts of experience-makes them formally more complete than fictions, errors, lies, and nonsense. A limit of absolute entropy is theoretically reached if all resemblance to adoi:10.3390/e12040631 fatcat:dp53lrseabf4vi6ldlv5uwvzh4