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If you look at out at the universe, it is mostly space that is close to absolute zero
If we were at absolute zero...
If you look at out at the universe, it is mostly space that is close to absolute zero,
thankyou for all your replies, in particular from The naked forum king
Quote from: An1diotbut5tillwondering on 25/08/2020 12:20:17thankyou for all your replies, in particular from The naked forum kingWhich king?Puppy Power, or the scientist?
Quote from: Bored chemist on 25/08/2020 13:09:21Quote from: An1diotbut5tillwondering on 25/08/2020 12:20:17thankyou for all your replies, in particular from The naked forum kingWhich king?Puppy Power, or the scientist?Don’t you mean “Puppy Power, or the real scientist?
thankyou for all your replies, in particular from The naked forum king If you look at out at the universe, it is mostly space that is close to absolute zero, and clumps of matter in the shapes of galaxies, stars and planets, with gravity helping to release energy for the second law. The universe then continues to expand and cool; red shift, attempting to approach absolute zero.This is the basis of my questions the universe will eventually reach AZ when all energy is depleted, the End. so why not exactly before the BB? it is the default temperature not the extreme heat of the BB, perhaps that is only a consequence of what happens at AZ.Again thank you for your comments i am trying to understand this wonderful universe.
If we had entropy, but no matter, we have blue prints but without building materials. It is thought but not material actuality; spirit.
The second law implies the formation of an ever increasing pool of net unusable energy. There are two types of net unusable energy, which I call dead energy and limbo energy. Limbo energy is lost but can be retrieved on a small scale, but dead energy is not reusable in our universe. Since dead and limbo energy are both connected to entropy and the second law, there are different aspects of entropy which create these two overlapping pools of net unusable energy. An example of dead pool energy would be connected to the entropy increase associated with the rise of life and the dinosaurs. This point in time may never occur again on earth. It was a point time where entropy increased, but with the vector of time moving to the future. The dead pool has a connection to time. Time does not cycle or repeat due to the accumulating dead pool altering the useful energy balance of the future. Limbo energy is different. This is not exactly connected to the flow of time. It is more timeless. For example, we can freeze water in the freezer or during the winter to make ice. This will lower entropy and retrieve heat. It is timeless in the sense it has always been a fact of nature and can be repeated the same now and in the future. Gravity makes use of limbo energy to help generate activation energy, so entropy can once again move forward; fusion. Time makes this a unique and timeless event; accumulation of dead and limbo pool energy.