Then they say that evolution of dog breeds, for instance, is not really evolution, but I think that the "problem" of the 2nd law would apply anyway. Somehow, 2nd law of thermodynamics is just a problem to acquiring modifications between lineages if these modifications somehow make divergent lineages sterile with each other. Ironically, I guess that would be more likely to be expected from "decrease of information", rather than the maintenance of species. Also they will point that this is specially important because it´s the LAW of thermodynamics, against just a theory. They eventually will make this law vs theory point with "law of biogenesis", that all living beings are offspring, against abiogenesis (often saying that Pasteur was a creationist). Then they fail to see that multiple special creations are multiple "violations" of such "law", less parciomoniously than sticking with that to a nearly singular origin of life or at least universal common ancestor.