2nd Law Thermodynamics Paradox

This experiment consists of a cylinder with an inner and outer chamber. The outer chamber is filled with glycerin, while the inner chamber is filled with water. When flourescent dye is placed in the outer chamber filled with glycerin, a handle on top of the device can be turned to disperse the dye throughout the cylinder as would be expected by the Law of Entropy (everything tends to change to a less ordered state). However, if the handle is then turned backwards the same number of times as it was turned orginally, the spot of dye mysteriously reforms itself in contradiction to the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

Pira DCS # 4F10.10

2 Chamber Cylinder   Glycerin   Flourescent Dye
Black Light   Steel Pole   Cenco Black Table Clamp