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In various parts of this site, the reader will find the reasons for what I am going to say, in observations and experiments, about the cumulative-dissipative processes.
Peculiarities of cumulative-dissipative processes.
The cumulative-dissipative processes manifest themselves in peculiar ways, so much so that it is as if they gave their unmistakable signature.
They are induced by a consequent force, given by the movement with respect to other matter, operative at critical angular velocities, thus during short episodes of interaction, when accompanied by contextual exchanges of heat, consistent with the movement.
Cumulative processes can be induced when said movement is increasing, and there are heat exchanges in accumulation.
Dissipative processes can be induced when said movement is decreasing, and there are heat exchanges in dissipation.
Energy first borrowed, then returned.
In the cumulative phase, energy, in the form of heat, is borrowed; molecules tend to assume higher energy and less uniform configurations, creating temporary disorder.
In the dissipative phase, the energy, first borrowed in the cumulative phase, is returned; molecules then tend to fall on lower energy and more uniform configurations. More order than before is created.
Entropy reduction, no energy degradation.
When the movement, which induces the cumulative dissipative processes, is determined by the other consequent force, gravity, there is decrease in entropy, without energy degradation, by circumventing the second law of thermodynamics.
Its a paradigm shift. In the cases considered, the dissipative processes, introduced by Ilya Prigogine, are preceded by heat exchanges in the cumulative phase.
Based on the different trend of the processes.
Due to the different trends of the processes in the two phases, the increase of entropy (worsening), in the cumulative phase, is more than compensated by its greater decrease (improvement), in its subsequent dissipative phase.
Indeed, the cumulative phase turns out to be functional to the dissipative phase. Paradoxically, within certain limits, cumulative processes give opportunities to create more order, during the following dissipative phase.
In other words, its the right temperature variation, in accordance with the two phases of the cycle, which decreases entropy.
Unlike what happens in a casino, you win little or a lot, in dependance of the stakes (the heat), played at the right time of the cycle. Unless the stakes are either too low, or too high. Then you lose.
Knowing the conditions, you can intervene to further increase the chances of decreasing entropy, as in the experiment E, where the germinative capacity of the seeds is increased, as well the harvests.
So, as already said, thanks to the cumulative dissipative processes, there is entropy reduction without energy degradation.
This advantage then pours on all living beings, keeping the general entropy low, thus allowing the evolution of the various forms of life on Earth. A fact not explainable otherwise.
All the necessary conditions for these processes to take place are present on Earth.
Also an adequate magnetic field would be among the necessary conditions. To be confirmed in experiments to be performed on Mars and/or the Moon.
Interpretation of the physics of cumulative-dissipative processes.
My interpretation of the results of my research have found it difficult to be accepted since - following observations and experiments (itinerary 1.2) - I have been forced to postulate that the cumulative-dissipative processes are induced by a force, not yet considered, consequent of the angular movement relative to other matter, provided that it is accompanied by heat exchanges consistent with said movement (itinerary 1.3).
Under certain conditions, angular movement with respect to other matter shows that it acts as a force that produces effects. It is a force consequent of the angular movement, a force which forms a pair with gravity, which is instead consequent of the interaction with the matter which is around.
The force that induces cumulative-dissipative processes is called by me "force due to angular movement relative to other matter", or "force d" for brevity.
The force due to the movement can operate only at critical angular velocities, and therefore only during short interaction episodes. And this only if there are also contextual exchanges of heat, consistent with that movement.
Among the characteristics of the "force d", there is the fact that it decreases its intensity due to the distance of the molecules, object of observation, from a mass of matter, with respect to which they move. Its formula is to be defined.