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Science Fiction, Creation Museum's. Pseudo Scientists, Macho Faux Science, Black Holes, Questions, Hawkings, Entropy, The Quantum And Creationism, And Practicing Above One's Competency And Education, Including This Author-A Fantasy/Satire On Knowitalls.

I read some "science" concerning "Creation" without causality by some amateur "scientists" which ideas I really believe they ought to submit to the Museum of Creation because they are about as scientific as Jerry Fallwell's idea of Creationism and just as faux, and would like to ask them to submit their credentials for teaching Anthropology and Thermodynamics, Quantum Theory, evolution and archeology, to someplace other than Fallwell's institutions or The Encyclopedia of Science for Kids, or The Donald Duck School of Cartooning. They define "entropy" as if it were a singular idea for explanation of a singular item. I beg to differ, as; in science, the term "entropy" is in general interpreted in at least three isolated, but somewhat related, ways: A) From a macroscopic viewpoint (classical thermodynamics), B) A microscopic viewpoint (statistical thermodynamics). C) An information viewpoint (information theory). Entropy in information theory is fundamentally different conceptual genre, from thermodynamic entropy. However, underlying, perhaps in a philosophical level, there is argument that thermodynamic entropy might be interpreted as at least one application of "information entropy" to a particular set of physical questions. There is a statistical definition of entropy, which is the fundamental definition from which the other two may be derived mathematically but not but one cannot reverse the process/theory. All of the observable properties of entropy (which gentlemen, bytheway, includes second law of thermodynamics) follow this definition. Macroscopic point of conception Classical Thermodynamics Conjugate variables of thermodynamics: Pressure, Volume (Stress & Strain) Temperature Entropy, Chemical potential Particle no. Classical Thermodynamics-Folks In a thermodynamic system, a Macroscopic entity which is made up of a systemic ambiance and of quantities of matter, has pressure differences, density differences, and temperature differences which all tend to equalize over time it does so because the equilibrium state has greater probability (more conceivable combos of microstates) than any other. An example is ice melting, the difference in temperature between a warm surroundings and the introduction of an frosty-cold glass of ice water taken from a freezer system, begins to be neutralized or "equalized" as the heat energy from the warm surroundings become spread out to the cooler heretofore closed system of ice and water. A Thermodynamic System Eventually the frosty-cold glass of ice water taken from a freezer-system, and the temperature of the room become equal. The entropy of the room has diminished as a portion of its energy has been dispersed (shared, lost) to the frosty-cold glass of ice water taken from a freezer-system. However, the entropy of the system of frosty-cold glass of ice water taken from a freezer-system, has increased more than the entropy of the surrounding room has decreased. In an isolated system such as the "surroundings described above (perhaps a room) and frosty-cold glass of ice water taken from a freezer-system taken together, the dispersal of energy from warmer to cooler always results in a net increase in entropy. Thus, if the of surroundings-the room are described as a sort of "universe" of sorts) and frosty-cold glass of ice water taken from a freezer-system have reached a temperature equilibrium, then the entropy change from the initial state is at a maximum. The entropy of the thermodynamic system is the measurement of how far this "equalization" has progressed. There is a special case of entropy increase, and that is the entropy of mixing, occurs when at least two unlike substances are mixed. If these substances are subject to, or as properties thereof, are the same temperature and pressure, there will not be a net exchange of heat or work any entropy increase will be due entirely to the mixing of the unlike substances. In a macroscopic view, (classical thermodynamics) entropy is interpreted as a state function of a thermodynamic system: or, a property depending solely on the current states of that system, and is not dependent of how that state came about. The important property that of "state function," if one when multiplies it by a reference temperature, one can understand it as a measure of the measurement of energy in a physical system which can't be used to do thermodynamic work; (that is any work mediated by thermal energy).

And in error, or otherwise, this is copyrighted by me so do not bandy it about until my book is completed and published, puleeze: To contain even light (traveling at 186,000 PS) a Black Hole's (BH) gravitational strength must exceed the speed of light's speed strength. To accomplish that it must have a total gravitational power that exceeds also the entropic distribution or deterioration of the universe around it, or become a universe unto itself (or is it already one?) So, then, is the BH after its Cheney/Bush act of consuming everything in it's path, The Universe, containing all that not exists, crushed down into a universe eating point? If so, what of the Tachyon, which exceeds light speed at all times and is theoretically capable of time-space travel backward forward and conceivably sideways, thus exceeding our "Flatland" four dimensional human capable-visual model? The Tachyon by so exceeding Light Speed, by what factor I do not know, easily breaks free of the BH and in so doing may yet return in it's to, fro, sideways meandering and thereby blast the bejeepers out of the BH, Big-Banging it into a new Universe, and guess what, therefore it resembles in my calculations, (equations) with which I shall not bore you until the book is FINI) the ANCIENT Hindu model of the expanding/contracting universe on it's never-ending cycle. I have some questions about the veracity of my above "theory" so, and do this only if you are a physicist, or astrophysicist, or Professor of Theoretical Astro Physics at a major University, please let me know.

THAT'S ALL I CAN DO TONIGHT FOLKS HAVE A GOOD SUNDAY or if you are not religious have a good Sundae, at a local ice cream joint. GOOD NIGHT AND GOD BLESS Pete

Professor Bagnolo has majored in: Cultural Anthropology, Architectural design, painting, creative writing. As a child prodigy, abed with polio for almost two years, he was offered an opportunity to skip three grades at age 8.
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