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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Why Heat Death of the Universe Probably is Incorrect

I'm not a "heat deather" for a few reasons I'm going to speculate about here:

(1) The Pauli-Exclusion Principle states the following: No two fermions of the same kind may simultaneously occupy the same quantum state. Ergo it is technically impossible for a black hole to contain a singularity of infinite energy density, unless of course the black hole is composed only of bosons. However, I hypothesize that black holes actually convert bosons into fermis via hawking radiation.

(2) I also hypothesize that it is impossible for fermis to enter the event horizon of a black hole, which is why those giant jet streams of ultra-hot particles are always being observed near black holes (or maybe it's converted to anti-mass).

(3) Heat entropy goes in reverse at sufficiently cold vacuum states, such as out between the expanses of the galaxies where space is endlessly stretching. This extreme cold state of the universe actually is responsible for bose-einstienien condensation which brings bosons into a same energy level state. I hypothesize that as the universe cools down a lot that fermions are converted back into bosons and dark matter.

(4) Heat entropy does not increase linearly with time and gravitational entropy does not decrease linearly with time, as heat deathers assume they do, but rather chaotically rises up and down over time like the stock market. Every time a star goes nova or a big bang occurs, that represents a spike upwards in heat entropy and a spike downwards in gravitational entropy. Every time a black hole forms in the hot centers of galaxies or a cloud of bosons condenses out in the cold vacuums of space, that represents a spike downwards in heat entropy and a spike upwards in gravitational entropy.