Entropy and Other Falderal
By Deacon Harley Oglethorpe
The Second Law of Thermodynamics, a fundamental scientific principle stating that entropy increases over time as organized forms decay into greater states of randomness, should be repealed. This obviously-liberal law would have us believe that the universe will continue to expand until it eventually reaches heat death.
That's hardly an optimistic view of a world the Lord created for mankind. The American people should send a strong message here: We don't like the implications of this law, and we will not rest until it has been reversed in the courts.
This 'law of nature', which asserts that matter continually breaks down as disorder increases and heat is lost, has long been decried by Christian fundamentalists as running counter to the religion's doctrine of Divine grace and eternal salvation.
Why can't disorder decrease over time instead of everything decaying? Is that too much to ask? This is our children's future we're talking about. I don't know about you, but I don’t want my child growing up in a world headed for total heat death and dissolution into a vacuum. The Second Law of Thermodynamics is a deeply disturbing scientific principle that threatens our children's understanding of God's universe as a benevolent and loving place.
With this in mind, I intend to start a nationwide grassroots campaign to have the law removed from high-school physics textbooks. The plan has already met with significant support in the state legislatures of Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee, Georgia, and Mississippi.
There are some leading physicists who contend that, as the foundation of much of our current scientific understanding, a reversal of the Second Law of Thermodynamics would have massive ramifications on the future of both our nation and the universe itself. They state that were the second law to be repealed, random particles would collect and organize themselves instead of dissipating, thereby affecting such basic processes as combustion, digestion, evaporation, etc.
Also, there wouldn't be much sunlight, either, because all stars, including our sun, would be collecting photons from surrounding space instead of emitting solar radiation. Then the universe would begin to contract rather than expand, which could possibly turn back the flow of time itself, sending our cosmos spiraling inward toward a reverse Big Bang… I like to call it the 'Big Suck’.
This is America, and in this country, we have the God-given right to change laws we don't think are Christian. We are united in our demands that this dubious 'Second law of Thermodynamics' be repealed, and our voice will be heard no matter what. That's just a plain fact, and nothing anybody says can ever change it. Let the people decide instead of a bunch of machines and pointy-headed liberals bent on the destruction of Godliness! Can I get a resounding, "Amen!" ?
Tomorrow: Gravity— a good thing?