Transcript for scene 3 of the video " Big Bang Blow-Out 1: Entropy versus Anti-entropy" by Rolf Witzsche  

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In the Big Bang cosmology

In the Big Bang cosmology the universe is regarded to be inherently entropic in nature. All the energy and substance of the universe is deemed to have originated at a single-point source, at a single moment, as a single package. From this point on, it had all the energy and substance that it will ever have. Everything thereafter is said to have expanded outward, but with a built-in process of decay towards its death by energy depletion. The theory thereby presents the universe as entropic in nature. It is deemed to be self-consum ng, winding down, and consequently self-collapsing. The term, entropy, defines an inherently collapsing dynamic system that is winding itself down by a process of depletion.

 

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