Entropy and Externalization

I started writing an essay yesterday, called "Entropy and externalization in visions of utopia," but I hit a brick wall after about three pages. 

The basic idea is talking about the idea of harm in society as entropy, and externalized costs as a way of masking the inevitable increase of entropy within a closed system. My point is to argue that the idea of utopia is problematic because it breaks the laws of physics, sort of metaphorically but also sort of literally, and that it's important to focus on harm reduction rather than focusing on theoretical perfections.

My lit professor has my draft right now, she's going to give me feedback and hopefully that'll help me figure out how to keep going.