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Enthropy In The Universe

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Posted by Ivan Corwin/">Ivan Corwin on June 15, 1997 09:59:10 UTC

Hi, I have a therory that the amount of enthropy in the universe is directly proportionate to the mass and size of the universe. It can be thought of as the large you blow up a ballon, the more likely it is to pop. When an object becomes large the molecules move at faster rates and cause more enthropy. The large the universe is the more moving molecules in it. The size and enthropy are directly related to the relitive mass of the universe too.

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