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|Consequences of breaking the first law of Thermodynamics
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|Author:||Quasar [ Sat Nov 13, 2010 1:54 am ]|
|Post subject:||Consequences of breaking the first law of Thermodynamics|
We all know what the first law of Thermodynamics is. If we broke the law of conservation of energy and created more energy than we originally put in from a device, does anyone feel that reversing the Equasion E=M to M=E would point to the fact that the singularity at the start of the big bang was indeed infinite? Or do you believe that breaking the first law of thermodynamics would simply suggest that the conservation of mass+energy of the Universe was infinite? Lastly, if the latter is true, how would this effect the current models when the mass of the Universe is unmodeled or undifined?
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