« on: 31/08/2023 19:56:31 »
it is during entropy that everything happensWhat does the phrase 'during entropy' even mean?
That's like saying 'during momentum', like they describe a period of time.
The entropy of Earth has more or less been constant over the last billion years, and an awful lot of interesting stuff has happened during that period, so I'm not so sure if the interesting stuff happens when entropy is changing, but you also didn't say 'when entropy was changing'.
1) the entropy I am referring to is taking place in a finite space that is surrounded by the infinite greater universeEarth say ...
Again, entropy isn't a process that takes place. It's a value that can be measured, that can change.
In line with a premise that all space has always existed, any space that happens to be associated with, i.e. within the vacinity of the aftermath of a big bang event, has a higher energy density than the average density of the greater universeHigh enough localized mass density (very little mass is required) that the matter would all exist within its own Schwarzschild radius, meaning it is a big collapse with no outward 'explosion' so to speak. It would result in an instant black hole with a event horizon radius far greater than the radius of our observable universe.
Just saying. That's what necessarily happens if you bang new matter into a small region of existing space. One can be in denial of gravity of course, but then why does it hurt when I fall down?