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No limits, no expectationsand 
Nothing is as important as we think It is

It is what It is, no more and no less!
An object and/or phenomenon is the both, more complex, but also simpler than what it appears at first! It is what it is, no more and no less!

Be smart (thus happy:), know "Who You Are," and do not let others control your feelings, be "positively-selfish"!

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Nothing occurs locally, nor globally in the universe, without mass-energy exchange/conversion and entropy production. It is crystal-clear (to me) that all confusions related to the far-reaching fundamental Laws of Thermodynamics, and especially the Second Law (Abstract & FULL paper)are due to the lack of their genuine and subtle comprehension. > Sadi Carnot's Reflections <*> Clausius Theory of Heat Elusive Nature of Entropy and >More...

“... let us clearly understand that while... laws are imposed on our science, which otherwise could not exist, they are not imposed on Nature.” — Henri Poincaré (Free will)

  ... But It is NOT the strongest nor the smartest, BUT...  and

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.
Charles Darwin

“The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack in will.”

Vince Lombardi

 Force or Forcing is a process  of exchanging useful-energy (directional, forced mass-energy displacement) with net-zero exchange at forced equilibrium. The Second Law provides conditions and limits for process forcing (energy exchange direction and limit).
Nature of Entropy * The miracles are until they are comprehended and understood. > Perpetual Motion Machines (PMMs) and The Fundamental Laws of Thermodynamics and Nature * 
The phenomenological Laws of Thermodynamics have much wider, including philosophical significance and implication, than their simple expressions based on the experimental observations – they are The Fundamental Laws of Nature: The Zeroth(equilibrium existentialism), The First (conservational transformationalism), The Second (irreversible-directional transformationalism), and The Third (unattainability of 'emptiness'). They are defining and unifying our comprehension of all existence and transformations in the universe

More at: www.kostic.niu.edu Lecturing/SPEAKING Enquiry * ZerothReligion.mkostic.com * Industrial Research - CONSULTING *Kostic in China * Nature Laws *The Second Law 

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