Carl Sagan famously said, “I believe that the extraordinary should be pursued. But extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”
Watch an acrobat performing on the parallel bars. Or a baseball player pitching a fastball. Or an athlete swimming the butterfly.
Extremely improbable events must be macroscopically (simply) describable to be forbidden.
Science, the dominant way of knowing of our age, now finds itself caught between a rock and (very) hard place.
I also have a scheme that I believe can defeat the generalized second law. My scheme is called “intelligence.”