A language employs some kind of alphabet for writing. One could naïvely expect that each letter bears the same amount of entropy. But in reality that is not the case. For example in English each letter has it own frequency and they are far from equal. Same is for many other languages.
Why is it that some letters are more frequent than others? I have found a question that is asking seemingly for a similar information, but the answers are concerning phonetics only, and not the actual written alphabet.
Is there any language or an alphabet, that treats each letter equally? Or nearly equally? Natural or constructed?