Commentary and Philosophy Poetry posted July 21, 2021 Chapters:  ...33 34 -35- 36... 

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God, Why am I Here ?

by Badger_29

The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness. Dalai Lama
D iversity

et, why

m I

I nimitable

E rstwhile
E ntropy E xists ?

Inimitable : adjective
so good or unusual as to be impossible to copy; unique.
"the inimitable ambience of heaven"

Entropy, definition:
(Source: wikipedia)
The '''entropy''' of an object is a measure of the amount of [[energy]] which is unavailable to do [[work (physics)|work]]. Entropy is also a measure of the number of possible arrangements the atoms in a system can have. In this sense, entropy is a measure of uncertainty or [[randomness]]. The higher the entropy of an object, the more uncertain we are about the states of the atoms making up that object because there are more states to decide from. A law of physics says that it takes work to make the entropy of an object or system smaller; without work, entropy can never become smaller you could say that everything slowly goes to disorder (higher entropy).

The word '''entropy''' came from the study of [[heat]] and [[energy]] in the period 1850 to 1900. Some very useful mathematical ideas about probability calculations emerged from the study of entropy. These ideas are now used in [[information theory]], [[statistical mechanics]], [[chemistry]] and other areas of study.

'''Entropy''' is simply a quantitative measure of what the [[second law of thermodynamics]] describes: the spreading of energy until it is evenly spread. The meaning of entropy is different in different fields. It can mean:

*[[Information entropy]], which is a measure of information communicated by systems that are affected by data [[noise]].
*[[Thermodynamic entropy]] is part of the science of [[heat energy]]. It is a measure of how organized or disorganized energy is in a system of atoms or molecules.

erstwhile adverb
Definition of erstwhile (Entry 1 of 2)
: in the past : FORMERLY
cultures, erstwhile unknown to each other
Robert Plank
erstwhile adjective
Definition of erstwhile (Entry 2 of 2)
erstwhile enemies

So if it's in the former, it's past, but the past is connected to the future in the spiral of the DNA molecule

As I sit and write this on
Wednesday, July 21st @ 1441 P.M.
(Which stands for post meridian),
I'm excited once again about the future! Things are going well on a seemingly predestined course, but The Good Lord has been blessing me abundantly~

As I was looking up quotes for this I came across some doozies, here's three of them:

The climb might be tough and challenging,but the view is worth it. There is a purpose for that pain; you just can't always see it right away. Victoria Arlen

The purpose of life is a life of purpose.
Robert Byrne

If there were no night, we would not appreciate the day, nor could we see the stars and the vastness of the heavens. We must partake of the bitter with the sweet. There is a divine purpose in the adversities we encounter every day. They prepare, they purge, they purify, and thus they bless.
James E. Faust
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