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At the moment of big bang, all the matter was in perfect order, that is entropy 0 so what force or disturbance would occur to begin the chaos and the entropy start to increase?

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At the moment of big bang, all the matter was in perfect order, that is entropy 0 [...]

This is not true as far as we know. We think it was in a state of less than maximum entropy (else heat death would have occurred instantly), but there is no reason to think it had 0 entropy. "Typical" initial conditions would have had maximum entropy.

[...] so what force or disturbance would occur to begin the chaos and the entropy start to increase?

A force or disturbance is not necessary in order to make entropy increase.

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