[Fis] Energy and Entropy

Karl Javorszky karl.javorszky at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 08:26:04 CET 2021

Hi Marcus, Stan, colleagues,

Thanks for clarification on the literature.

Taking a deep breath and courage, let me suggest to this society of
incredulous believers an explanation which connects entropy conceptually to
space axes, natural numbers and electromagnetism.

The model one can play with at www.tautomat.com shows 2 spaces which have
(2*3) nice rectangular axes and furthermore 2 planes (2*2 axes).

The left, A & right, B spaces are created / tensored by axes used for being
reordered to and from: A: (a+b,a), (b-2a,a), (a-2b,b-2a); B:
(a+b,b),(b-2a,a-2b), (a-2b,a), which yield axes a+b, b-2a, a-2b, in their
aggregated form, C.  The two transcending planes are created by rectangular
axes: E: (ab),(b-a,b-2a) and M: (a,a-2b),(b-a,a).

The transcending planes E and M transcend both the two fundamental
rectangular spaces A and B, and the unified and aggregated space C.  The
coordinates planes E, M assign to the elements are not in a system with
rectangular axes, and the places the planes E, M assign are not  unique,
but rather along a level/surface/sheath.

The influence the planes E, M exert on the assembly cause such
proto-elements which are not anchored in a spatial grid to leave the 3D
space created by the axes, and appear as a force field outside of the
objects. The non-magnetic, non-electric interference of the two
transcending planes can well be interpreted as causing a distribution of
constituents of the assembly into the form of an evenly distributed

These words here are definitely not the ultimate and exact formulation of
the suspicion. The suspicion is that entropy shows the effect of an
influence, which influence is created by the assignment of places for
elements, just like in the case of gravitation. While the gravitation, and
generally the main rectangular axes, modify the spatial coordinates of
objects, the electromagnetic planes modify the spatial coordinates of such
particles of objects, which are not sufficiently solidly intertwined with
the particles that are subject to spatial referencing.

Hope that the concept gets across and please help by evolving better
formulations for the hypothesis.


Marcus Abundis <55mrcs en gmail.com> schrieb am Mi., 13. Jän. 2021, 06:22:

> Karl – it was no rhetorical embellishment . . .
> If you go to Wikipedia and search 'energy' you will find 12 forms listed
> there. At other times I have seen as many as 16 listed, this listing
> changes from time to time. If you go to Scholarpedia and search energy, you
> will find NO entries. Scholarpedia is more rigorous in reviewing and
> admitting material. If you go to the US Energy Information Agency (aie.gov)
> you will see 9 forms listed. Most sites make vague references to 'many
> forms of energy exist, some of which are . . . ' Still, this means there is
> no firm scientific framing for 'energy'.
> Stan – I am sorry if my notes still seem unclear to you. I was attempting
> a more civil tone in my replies, something better than your 'Your statement
> concerning "typify" is nonsense.' Perhaps this weakened my point. For
> example, if you go to Scholarpedia and search entropy you will find seven
> types of entropy listed – entropy is 'typified' in (at least) seven
> different ways. Your note 'Entropy applies everywhere, and always in the
> same way.', even as something 'formal only' is actually nonsense, failing
> to recognize the current state of affairs.
> Further, entropy is always 'driven' by something, making force-energy a
> directly related concept. Thus, *just in physics* (ignoring other areas of
> research) with the uncertain nature of force-energy entropy is equally
> uncertain. Your assertion on physics equally failed to recognize the
> current state of affairs in physics.
> That said, I still hope to see more notes from our featured New Year's
> speaker . . .
> Marcus
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