The Principle of Order

Given the prior three sections, we can now draw some lines to connect concept and derive a rules-based approach to generalizing thermodynamic outcomes.

1) The Universe is an Open System

2) In an Open System, Thermodynamic potential will tend to decrease

3) If thermodynamic potential decreases sufficiently such as to allow for state change, the result of this change will be of a more complex/compound nature than the original participants

Taking these three ideas together, we see a compound logic arise that mandates an increase in order and a tendency toward greater complexity.

This entrenches the process of attraction and assembly the underlies evolution and the combination of higher-energy individual systems into lower-energy, higher-order complex/compound systems.

This the principle of order; the thermodynamic tendency for the Universe in whole and parts, to become more complex as it cools and expands, through the procession of time and the inflation of space.


Thermodynamics, Number Theory and The Goilden Ratio
Creation, Evolution and the Golden Rule
Theory of Order
Why Fibonacci and Gibonacci sequences appear everywhere in nature,
and how simple combinatoric math can describe how a Universe with simple beginnings evolved into a complex form