Abundance might be anti-progress by nature. When infrastructure is lost due to war or natural disaster, communities start improvising solutions. In the course of running a diesel generator business in Baghdad after the 2003 Iraq War, Al Wattar devised a theory that proposes a new era in thermodynamics, an idea that will galvanize researchers, thinkers, and the world at large.
Abundant non-renewable energy sources might have caused a sluggish discovery of more laws of Thermodynamics since Sadi Carnot in 1824. Two hundred years later, the Fifth Law considers renewable energy from an entirely novel mindset and coins a new term for it: second-generation renewables.
Entropy and Energy: there’s a very fine line between which comes first. A one-way entanglement between isolated energies has now been proposed. The Fifth Law aims to inspire new movements in science, technology, literature, art and philosophy. Science artifact collectors may bid for signed copies of The Fifth Law by writing to us.
Man - Energy
"No device can generate energy in excess of the total energy put into constructing it".