A NEW ERA
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.