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Ross has ingeniously located much of modern physics in the Bible, including the laws of thermodynamics and the Big Bang.Evangelicals Still Don’t Know What to Do With the Big Bang|Karl W. Giberson|March 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The result was the second fundamental law of thermodynamics.
Long did thermodynamics confine itself to the study of the dilatation of bodies and their changes of state.
It is obvious in mechanics and thermodynamics, and the theory of matter is another very good instance.The Science and Philosophy of the Organism|Hans Driesch
So that the terms introduced by Carnot in the second law of thermodynamics, viz.Aether and Gravitation|William George Hooper
If a should be a function of the temperature, it follows from thermodynamics that it would be equal to (a - Tda/dT) (1/vl - 1/vv).
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The branch of physics devoted to the study of heat and related phenomena. The behavior of heat is governed by the three laws of thermodynamics: (1) The total energy of an isolated system cannot change; this is the law of conservation of energy. (2) Heat will not flow from a cold to a hot object spontaneously (see entropy). (3) It is impossible, in a finite number of operations, to produce a temperature of absolute zero.