Thermodynamics and Energy


Energodynamics. Part 6. Elements of the Energodynamic Theory of Evolution

Authors: Etkin V.A.

In this part given evidences major advantages of the energy (non-entropy) criteria of evolution, which allow following the evolution of each degree of freedom or each part of the system separately. It is shown that “order” arises not from ”chaos”, but due to “disordering” in the system as a whole, which is in absolute compliance with the 2nd law of thermodynamics.

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