International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Astronomy Science | India | Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016 | Rating: 6.3 / 10

The Entropy of the Universe is a Constant ? The Theory of Conservation of the Entropy

Prasenjit Debnath [34]

Abstract: The entropy is a constant for our Universe. From this notion, the conservation of entropy will be established. The total entropy is a measure of total Universes disorder or randomness. The total orderliness of the Universe is equal to the total entropy of the Universe. The entropy has equal and opposite orderliness in the Universe. According to the second law of thermodynamics, the entropy of an isolated system is greater (or at least not smaller) at later times than it was at some earlier times. But any system is not a completely isolated system in the Universe. Even the Universe itself is not an isolated system. Any system, no matter how much isolated, interact with other systems more or less. Thus there is nothing called entirely independent system (an absolute system) but more or less all are interdependent systems. Because of the interactions with other systems, the entropy can be reduced or fluctuated at times for a particular system, which contradicts with the second law of thermodynamics. A zero is divided into one positive quantity (orderliness) and equal negative quantity (entropy), no matter what procedure we adapt to measure for entropy. Total orderliness Total entropy =0 Thus, there is nothing called order or disorder, it is purely psychological division only. But we have no other option but to analyze it within the limited psychological arena. So, the analysis will be based on some assertions of equality between two different things which are the basis of laws of physics.

Keywords: The total entropy, total orderliness, psychological division, the second law of thermodynamics, isolated system

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016,

Pages: 1914 - 1916

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