Entropy: a more rational definition

Entropy is the universe’s journey towards a final destination of absolute low energy. This definition of entropy supersedes all previous definitions.

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The traditional definition of entropy describes a progression from an ordered system to a disordered one. New Age Physics, however, considers that entropy is much better defined as a universal progression from a condition of compacted ultra-high energy / ultra-intense heat at the very beginning of time, i.e. the Big Bang, to an ultimate end-of-time destiny of universally dispersed low energy which will be at a temperature as close as possible to absolute zero. Thus the final entropic state of the universe will only occur long after matter has ceased to be. The current outward expansion of the universe is essential to this process, which is why the process of entropy is always in a time-forward direction.

At the conclusion of time, there may well be no matter left. Widely dispersed, cold, pure energy is the lowest entropic condition and so will most likely be the end of our universe’s journey which began with the hot, compacted energy of the Big Bang.

It might be the case that gravitational pressure was enormous at the Big Bang but then reduced to what it is today at some point in time very shortly after that. Since that point, gravitational pressure has been constant so as to enable the formation of matter and galaxies. Perhaps what waits at the end of time, i.e. the end of the universe, is that gravitational pressure will completely dissipate, thus allowing all matter to dissolve into a widely dispersed ‘cloud’ of pure, cold energy.

At present, gravitational pressure is maintained at a constant which is sufficient to maintain the existence of matter, i.e. it is strong enough to consolidate electromagnetic energy into matter by acting as both the strong and weak nuclear force. Thus the process of entropy that we currently experience is the universe’s attempt to reduce to a state of absolute low energy and absolute low temperature. Presumably, when this does happen, the kinetic energy from the Big Bang will also have ceased.

It may well be that this process of entropy dictates weather conditions here on earth as warm air moves towards cold air. More polarised temperature bands will create more severe weather conditions as entropy has to work harder to average the temperature out to a localised norm. This is what creates weather systems.

A localised normal will occur whenever the air within adjacent pressure systems has fully integrated. Once equalisation has taken place, the air will once more become calm. Low pressure systems will tend to be unstable as they encourage warm to move towards cold air, entropy trying to disperse the higher energy of heat in order to find a localised mean.

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