The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Wave Theory

One of the hotter discussions making the rounds of the physics community concerns the Second Law of Thermodynamics. This law claims that, “ Energy spontaneously tends to flow only from being concentrated in one place to becoming diffused or dispersed and spread out...or the entropy of a closed system — roughly defined as how disordered it is — will tend to rise with time.”

Wave theory provides the most detailed explanation to this troublesome law by postulating that our universe is created by shrinking energetic matter. The latter is comprised of shrinking space, time, and energy. It tries to return to its previous space by releasing its energy to space, but is only capable of traveling in one direction: from a concentrated to a diluted state. Energetic matter creates wave formations. These wave formations are composed of two loops, which is the basic blueprint on which the entire universe is built.

Everything in the universe was and is created by energetic matter. During its cycles, it undergoes phase transitions. Regardless of the manner in which they were created, all formations have the same objective: to decay by losing energy and to diffuse throughout quantum (wave) hyperspace. With time, this energetic matter will create a new life cycle and wave (quantum formation). It must be noted that every wave, like any organism, has a limited lifespan, and it is absolutely incapable of being revived after it decays. Its energy simply disperses into space.

Wave theory is the first to consider energy as one of the prime elements, along with space and time. Although energy, space, and time are woven together, each is subject to independent change. Space and energy can shrink until they reach the smallest size possible, but time is extended.

It is widely believed that hyperspace is infinite and that it is composed of an element known as ether. Wave theory assumes that hyperspace is comprised of an array of different quantum (wave) formations that continuously latch on over time. In fact, without the ever-present energetic activity, there would be neither time nor space -- nothing. Every appearance of energy, then, creates time and space. In other words, wave formations -- small and vast -- are actually responsible for the creation of everything

Wave Formation (Quantum Formation)
Each wave formation is linked to its neighbors and is subject to change regardless of the specific phase (transition) that it currently finds itself in. Consequently, according to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, wave formations do not disappear, but tend to flow from a concentrated to a diluted form (to a larger space, over an exteneded time) while creating new life cycles. In other words, new concentrated formations of energetic matter appear from dispersed energy over and over again.

Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2002. All rights reserved.

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