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Kirjoittaja Aihe: Päivän hörhöily: joogalento ja negentropia  (Luettu 742 kertaa)
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MMY, Aikamme Arjuna!

« : 02.06.2021 14:45:15 »

Peter F. Freund'in joogalentokirjasesta saa sellaisen käsityksen, että joogalento saattaa nuorentaa
immeistä, kuten kävi esim. Yoga-vaasiSTha -pläjäyksen myyttiselle(?) kuningatar CuuDaalalle, kun hän valaistuttuaan opetteli

Vaan mihinkä tuo nuorentava vaikutus perustuu? Luultavasti joogalento voimistaa neg-entropiaa länsimaisen fyssan
ajankääntösymmetriaa* hyödyntäen??

Negentropy is reverse entropy. It means things becoming more in order. By 'order' is meant organisation, structure and function: the opposite of randomness or chaos. One example of negentropy is a star system such as the Solar System. Another example is life.

As a general rule, everything in the universe tends towards entropy. Star systems eventually become dead. All energy has gone, and everything in the system is at the temperature of the surrounding space. The opposite of entropy is negentropy. It is a temporary condition in which certain things are hotter and more highly organised than the surrounding space. This is the second law of thermodynamics:

    The second law of thermodynamics states that the total entropy of an isolated system always increases over time.[1]

Life is considered to be negentropic because it converts things which have less order, such as food, into things with more order, such as cells in the body, tissues, and organs. In doing so, it gives off heat. Another example of negentropic things are societies, or social systems, because they take disorderly things such as communications, and make them more orderly and useful.

* T-symmetry or time reversal symmetry is the theoretical symmetry of physical laws under the transformation of time reversal,

    T : t ↦ − t . {\displaystyle T:t\mapsto -t.} T:t\mapsto -t.

Since the second law of thermodynamics states that entropy increases as time flows toward the future, in general, the macroscopic universe does not show symmetry under time reversal. In other words, time is said to be non-symmetric, or asymmetric, except for special equilibrium states when the second law of thermodynamics predicts the time symmetry to hold. However, quantum noninvasive measurements are predicted to violate time symmetry even in equilibrium,[1] contrary to their classical counterparts, although this has not yet been experimentally confirmed.

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