I've leant that entropy is a state of randomness, and that solids have a more structured form, therefore having less entropy.
However, I saw a YouTube comment stating the following:
a liquid NOT ALWAYS means higher entropy than a solid it depends...of the context for example, in the south pole, ice means higher entropy, because Mother Nature sets the equilibrium for liquid water to become ice.
Is there justification for this statement? Is it true that even in a more ordered substance like the ice, there is more entropy?