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Parker Emmerson

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The Fourth Law of Thermodynamics
« on: October 10, 2016, 02:29:23 PM »
The fourth law of thermodynamics states that dimensions can be expanded ("unfolded") and collapsed due to the algebraic structure of square roots, and while finding the roots of the parameters of these dimensions, we can yield unique observations about the behavior of energy.
People speak of Energy to describe the phenomenon of that which is neither created nor destroyed, but really, all that is needed to describe that phenomenon is contained within the, “phenomenological velocity,” equation, also known as V-Curvature.