What is Thermodynamics

The emphasis on the interaction and understanding thermodynamic functions of a system becomes indispensable as thermodynamics continually uncovers particles with lesser mass value. When dealing with Alpha units* and fundamental particles* a hypothetical approach must be applied to emphasize the interaction between particles in modern physics. Such elements can only be observed by their influence on celestial objects or by a reasoned pursuit of our senses. Thermodynamics for example, must apply a hypothetical when dealing with measurements of descrete elements; our modern technology simply can not deal empirically with these non - visible entities.

The validity of a theory and its usefulness stems from its correctness of the predictions it allows. The theory must address all these principles or postulates without exceptions and formulate with a logical process explaining these concepts.

The correspondence principle infers predictions that the mechanics of systems are dependent on the surrounding environments; Our current direction of science to understand subatomic particles as aspects of a chaotic theory may explicate the relativity pertinent to initial conditions, quantum units, their mechanics, disorder, heterogeneity and with sound reason define how "open systems" function in a "closed system".

In a scientific context the word chaos insinuates dynamic instability; actually it’s a profoundly different design. The underlying order of chaos obeys the laws of initial conditions with inherent predictability in all open systems. The principle idea of chaos – no matter how big a complex (black hole) or how small a particle may be – it relies on the underlying order of quantum matter. There is a direct relationship between quanta density, net force, initial condition and quantum linear motion in the Greater Universe (GU). Since both dark matter and baryon particles are greater in thermal values (volume) than Alpha units, it is safe to consider a non equilibrated environment exists. All motion is dependent on net force and net force is sensitive to the initial conditions of its surrounding environment.

If we want to make sense, we must first identify what the basic structure of quantum matter is, in order to reveal the basic reason how thermodynamics functions in a chaotic environment. In a heterogeneous environment thermodynamics is not only deterministic but in essence its’ doctrine is that all occurrences in nature take place in accordance with natural laws. A net force suggests that a heterogeneous environment at some magnitude must be a closed system.

Thermodynamics is a science that deals with temperature interaction between all particles and an introduction to variables that describes the state of a system governing the basic principles of temperature ,entropy and enthalpy.

In adopting macro point views, we assume the system will transfers down to the micro level and lower still to the fundamental particle state and beyond. Following the natural laws of physics, value can be assigned without visual knowledge of these particles; their presence can be measured by pressure, temperature or by observing the effect that they exert on more visible objects.

Let us assume that a thermal spectrum begins at the value of an Alpha heat unit at near absolute zero and stops at a temperature of the hottest celestial entity. The varying degrees of probabilities in this entropic spectrum represent also human life as a frequency range in this thermal spectrum of motion. We can extrapolate that thermodynamics in general, activates every phase of particle, biological and human experience.

The first law of thermodynamics is a straight forward law of physics in a "closed system".
In order to proceed from this point can we assume as a theory that the universe is a quiescent fluid. This assumption that little conduction of heat and almost no viscosity maybe questionable on small scales but taken as a unit, the universe under observations behaves very much like a quiescent fluid.

If the Alpha unit is the first order in value, and as a first magnitude in size they are unable to accrete thermal information and this inablity to transmit information renders them ineffectual to expansion.

What would be a logical cause that follows physics for expansion or loss of volume if matter cannot be destroyed or created? The conjecture that the Greater Universe is an open system (infinite) would postulate the genesis of matter as a hypothetical and potentially generating thermal units would be spread far too sparse to coalesce. An infinite universal system is not a viable option.

The term "closed system", postulates that you can perform any real physical process and remain with as much matter as you had to start with
This implies perpetual motion.

The second law asserts any heat transferred from higher thermal system to a lower thermal system should achieve an equilibrium. If we recognize these as open systems of the Greater Universe a "closed system" than the quantity of heat should remain with zero loss.

Initial conditions present net force an environment to create a Critical Mass Core a thermal entity whereby sum of internal heat of the system is in equilibrium with the total product of its volume. Within the critical mass the Quantum unit motion assume a state of rest, each unit retaining its intrinsic thermal value. The internal heat might be thought of as the tendency for all matter in the CMC to evolve toward a state of inert uniformity.
At this present Quantum state, the 2nd law of thermodynamics has met its Waterloo. Equilibrium can not be achieved, what the 2nd L is faced with are quantum units with intrinsic varying thermal values. The 1st Law argues well by pointing out that matter can not be created or destroyed. If these intrinsic thermal values could be tempered with than we would observe much higher degree of baryon matter in space. This obviously is not what we witness as pertaining to the quantity of baryon matter observable in our Mini universe.

Is a Critical Mass Core Hot or Cold?

I believe that Beta and Gamma units construct a CMC they are two varied but intrinsic thermal values, I also believe that these quantum units are all at rest. The CMC being stripped of all Alpha units makes this truly an interesting hypothesis.
If our sun as an ordinary star can reach 15 million K or more at its core as ordinary matter; we should realize that the star contains all three quantum units. A CMC contains only beta and gamma both units with a higher thermal value and much closer together. Less we forget 78% of all quantum matter is in the form of alpha. To compare the two temperatures, our sun would feel like walk in park.

Alpha units* are of the least thermal value of quantum family (Alpha, Beta and Gamma).
Fundamental particles* are two or more quantum units (e.g.1 Alpha + 1 Beta form Dark Matter particles)

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created by Sam Sade

created: June 10, 2003 : last modified: August 2, 2009