Thermodynamics and Energy


Redefining 'system' and 'entropy' in Physical Terms

Authors: Jose P Koshy

In this paper, I propose that any independent physical system is closed and isolated, and that the system as well as its subsystems has entropy. An increase in entropy of the system causes a decrease in entropy of its subsystems. So ‘normal entropy’ is the preferred state of a static system. A dynamic system, however, oscillates between high and low entropy states. The proposed concept limits ‘the role of second law of thermodynamics’, and predicts ‘a pulsating model’ for the universe, and ‘a reversible low-entropy state’ for black holes.

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