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1. newton's 1st law state that energy cannot be created nor destroyed.

and gibbs free energy state that

G = (change in)H - T(change in)S

Where S = the degree of entropy (orderliness)

The more orderly the system is, the more free energy it possess.

Now Newton's 3rd law state that every reaction has an equal or opposite reaction.

This means that the more orderly the human race become--meaning the more technology we create--, the shyttier the environment has to be in order to be appropriate with Newton's third law.

So as long as the human race advances, the more fuked up the earth will be.

the only way for the universe as a whole to return back to equilibrium is that the humans have to fuk their own shyt up so that there is less order in their civilization. this will release energy and return the world back to normal.

2. U strite tripin B

3. Originally Posted by theZergking
and gibbs free energy state that

G = (change in)H - T(change in)S

Where S = the degree of entropy (orderliness)

The more orderly the system is, the more free energy it possess.

Now Newton's 3rd law state that every reaction has an equal or opposite reaction.

This means that the more orderly the human race become--meaning the more technology we create--, the shyttier the environment has to be in order to be appropriate with Newton's third law.

So as long as the human race advances, the more fuked up the earth will be.

the only way for the universe as a whole to return back to equilibrium is that the humans have to fuk their own shyt up so that there is less order in their civilization. this will release energy and return the world back to normal.
yes because the universe depends solely upon what a group of monkeys on a random planet rotating around an average joe star in an average joe milky way end up doing

4. Qualitative "order" doesn't count. Stacking three blocks on top of eachother doesn't mean that they will have to fall down as well.

5. So you're saying every time i get horny and destroy all my sexual energy someone else gets horny?

6. Originally Posted by bottle_cap
yes because the universe depends solely upon what a group of monkeys on a random planet rotating around an average joe star in an average joe milky way end up doing
i don't mean the universe as the universe but the universe as the system.

7. ITT: A red miscer found out the meaning of life

8. Originally Posted by TheJoshuaa
Qualitative "order" doesn't count. Stacking three blocks on top of eachother doesn't mean that they will have to fall down as well.
no bro ur missing the point. stop posting.

9. itt: the earth is an isolated system

10. Originally Posted by theZergking
and gibbs free energy state that

G = (change in)H - T(change in)S

Where S = the degree of entropy (orderliness)

The more orderly the system is, the more free energy it possess.

Now Newton's 3rd law state that every reaction has an equal or opposite reaction.

This means that the more orderly the human race become--meaning the more technology we create--, the shyttier the environment has to be in order to be appropriate with Newton's third law.

So as long as the human race advances, the more fuked up the earth will be.

the only way for the universe as a whole to return back to equilibrium is that the humans have to fuk their own shyt up so that there is less order in their civilization. this will release energy and return the world back to normal.
Looks like you missed the second law of thermodynamics. The universe will go to equilibrium no matter if humans exist or not.

11. I remember my first joint

12. Originally Posted by SpiderBro
itt: the earth is an isolated system
if you take into account the degree that space separate us from all other things (and resource) in the Universe, then it pretty much acts as a isolated system.

13. Originally Posted by Nistrange
Looks like you missed the second law of thermodynamics. The universe will go to equilibrium no matter if humans exist or not.
i am not disputing that. i am acknowledging that is inevitable that we will blow ourselves up in order to restore balance to the force

14. Strong understanding of entropy

15. Social order has nothing to do with scientific order of energy or whatever

16. Strong confusion between laws of thermodynamics and newtons 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws of motion.

17. Seems to me like we should use up as many planets as we can. Complex creatures like humans that require incredible amounts of energy to sustain cannot exist indefinitely.

Simply surrendering to the inexorable march towards a disperse, uniform universe filled with low energy bosons is pointless. Why should we not try to climb as high as we can? I'd gladly suck up all of the energy in a galaxy if we could figure out how to do it.

18. Originally Posted by mrsnruB1111
Social order has nothing to do with scientific order of energy or whatever
look at the world around you and tell me that is true. global warming, ice cap melting, ozone layer. tell me that shyt is not getting real because of everything we have done.

some physics law apply to the universe more than we can fathom. u think that the way the structure of our brain correlate with galactical subatomic networks and the universe is just a coincidence?

u think so?

19. Originally Posted by Ronceiro
Strong confusion between laws of thermodynamics and newtons 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws of motion.
thermodynamics is motion

20. You're a retard. Newton's first law is the law of inertia, which states that an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.

I think you mean the first law of thermodynamics, which was not elaborated by Isaac Newton.

21. bro its the fuking same thing at the quantum level idiot.

conservation of energy --> energy / force / --> inertia

22. Originally Posted by theZergking
if you take into account the degree that space separate us from all other things (and resource) in the Universe, then it pretty much acts as a isolated system.
No, just no. We receive the energy from the sun. Everything on earth becomes more 'ordered' because of the sun, which becomes more 'disordered' and totals a greater disorder than order in the universe as a whole.

And Newton's third law has nothing to do with the s.hit point you're trying to make.

23. somebody just finished their first Chemistry course

24. Originally Posted by TML89
somebody just finished their first Chemistry course
something that you would never know about

25. Originally Posted by theZergking
something that you would never know about

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