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« Reply #25 on: 20/07/2008 17:54:41 »
Precisely; what does this mean? 

"because the environment cannot be observed within the confines of the single direction of entropy"


Are you suggesting that entropy must be bi- or multi-directional for the environment to be observed?
  that entropy is biased and life or a living structure abuses entropy.

ie....  note evolution.........  life is still here.

so in a purely physics form, then life has abused entropy since the beginning of time.

ie...  current paradigm is incorrectly descibing the nature of energy
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« Reply #26 on: 20/07/2008 21:31:31 »
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that entropy is biased and life or a living structure abuses entropy.

That is just total gibberish. Are you experimenting with LSD?
 

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« Reply #27 on: 21/07/2008 15:19:00 »
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that entropy is biased and life or a living structure abuses entropy.

 Are you experimenting with LSD?

for the last couple days;  dealing with a 'little selfish doctor'

do you have the brain power to run an experiment?  Or are you just another old timer about ready to have his whole education thrown out the window by the next generations knowledge.

Simply you remind me of Ptolomy;  can make sense of the earth beign the center of the universe, even by using math to back it up; but really not equiped with enough integrity to really do the homework

the example of life; is blatant proof positive, but you cannot admit it, cause it hurts your comprehension.

if entropy was absolute than how does life evolve?


this thread is on dark matter, i shared that virial made and error and why, as well stated dark matter is a joke and non existent

and not matter which material information and even seld examining questions, but you will not step off the high horse.....

this style of ignorance and inner dishonesty is why this 'i' often tell the so called intellectual community to go lay by your dish.....

So answer the question; if entropy is pure then how does evolution occur?

 

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« Reply #28 on: 21/07/2008 17:08:44 »
What I think you're trying to say about entropy (although your wording & spelling leads me to think English is not your first language) applies only to closed systems. I don't think you can call life a closed system. Surely someone with your gargantuan intellect would not make such a basic, schoolboy error.
 

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« Reply #29 on: 21/07/2008 17:48:45 »
What I think you're trying to say about entropy (although your wording & spelling leads me to think English is not your first language) 
   slinging the crap again are you?

it seems you cannot answer a straight question

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applies only to closed systems.
OK put a circle in the snow; 2 people, One jacket 10 days period;   Who will freeze?  Who will die?   OR can the combination make a difference?

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or by I don't think you can call life a closed system. 
  the only intent is to show pure common sense and in any physics system without damaging the basic environment; life will abuse entropy

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Surely someone with your gargantuan intellect would not make such a basic, schoolboy error.

the only error made is allowing your ignorance to have me return to even articulate with you

you bark about entropy, and have no clue, you downgrade the use of words as well your intellectual integrity is short of honesty

as well, when common sense is put in front of you, you dodge the responsibility of addressing the point

so to continue shooting darts at me, you ruin your own credibility as well establish yourself as preferring to retain ignorance.

Does life abuse entropy?   YES OR NO!


P/s ...........  dark matter does not exist!

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« Reply #30 on: 21/07/2008 18:47:55 »
No it doesn't. There. I've answered a question which is more than you have managed to do.
 

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« Reply #31 on: 21/07/2008 18:51:14 »
No it doesn't. There. I've answered a question which is more than you have managed to do.

not my fault you have no integrity...

if you can't see it then you full of it.....

this is why I do not do well with the so called community....

more are like a preacher of a faith; too wrapped up in their ignorance to ever allow honesty to surface

we all dun  mr beaverdoctor
 

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« Reply #32 on: 21/07/2008 18:53:13 »
So you're leaving without offering any proof? Why doesn't that surprise me!
 

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« Reply #33 on: 21/07/2008 19:08:37 »
So you're leaving without offering any proof? Why doesn't that surprise me!
go lay by your dish old timer


life abuses entropy

gibbs energy is used as method to patch the ignorance of entropy...

since you don't do math, and since you only represent what is accepted and not capable of just being honest about what "proof' is tangible and real

then your opinion is worthless

you will have to wait until someone else tells you it is right because we can all see, you can't think for yourself
 

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