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When a bit is added
to a file, its entropy increases by one nat regardless of the length of the
file or the value of the bit. However, when a node is added to a network, the
entropy increase is a function of the ratio between the links and the nodes
in the network. Therefore, the thermodynamic incentive for a node to join a
highly linked network is higher than to join a poorly linked network.