# Definition of entropy

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Definition of Entropy

Researchers from the University of Maryland have proposed a new definition of chaos that applies to a wide variety of chaotic systems, including attractors, (top left, a "Tinkerbell" attractor), repellers, (right side, top and bottom, illustrating chaotic scattering), and forced systems (bottom left, motions of a damped pendulum). The bottom right picture shows the pattern of light created inside a pyramid of four reflective balls :: http://phys.org/news/2015-07-expansion-entropy-l

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TJ. Thermodynamics: Free Energy Home Table of Contents Thermodynamics Gateway Page In this module: Introduction DG and Reactions DG and Temperature DGfº Coupling Reactions Free Energy in Industry Free Energy in Living Things Free Energy and Equilibrium DG and Direction of Reactions To see how DG values can be used to predict how reactions will go, consider the four cases you encountered in the Entropy Module: 1. DH < 0, DS > 0: This is an exothermic reaction with an increase in entropy…

My definition of entropy: There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.

Entropy is such a confusing topic in and of itself. It doesn't help that many of the definitions out there are actually incorrect. I hope that this will provide a good understanding to anyone interested.

Model suggests link between intelligence and entropy: Dynamical systems that maximize their future possibilities behave in surprisingly “intelligent” ways. Researchers simulated the behavior of simple mechanical systems that included the force, and the effects were profound.

Tetryonics 62.16 - Entropy is the result of the 2nd Law of Tetryonics and Thermodynamics..... Energy in all its forms seeks equilibrium. Using the geometric definitions of mass-energy geometries and Matter topologies in spatial regions we can now model the deterministic movement of charged mass-energy-Matter in any spatial region to provide us with a measure of time.....

..and the series continues!

"Entropy : God's dice game / The book describes the historical evolution of the understanding of entropy, alongside the biographies of the scientists who contributed to its definition and exploration of its effects in exact sciences, communication theory, economy and sociology." by Oded Kafri & Hava Kafri