1. What is Heat?

who can share what Heat is to a cup of hot water?

chemically speaking of course

2. 1 calorie

3. Originally Posted by draqon
1 calorie
Every calorie of food that you eat requires 10 calories of hydrocarbon energy to produce...

4. I thought you were going to be asking for something philosophical....

Heat gets stuff done: "Energy" Excited matter.... haha this can't go very deep philosophically

5. Temperature is an interval. Heat is curvature, or change in curvature over time.
Entropy is volume. These all have dimension, which we can fix, or set.

A message is an interval, information has curvature or change (a pattern). Information entropy is a volume. These have no dimension, so we don't fix or set them. They are scalable, whereas heat is a scale.

There's a zero-point temperature, so zero-curvature, and zero-volume.
But not with information, it doesn't have a zero-point, it is a zero-point + a one-point. Like a sort of gap with no 'size'.

To understand either, I claim that you need to understand both: Thermodynamics and Information Theory.

So there.

6. Originally Posted by Vkothii
Temperature is an interval. Heat is curvature, or change in curvature over time.
Entropy is volume. These all have dimension, which we can fix, or set.

A message is an interval, information has curvature or change (a pattern). Information entropy is a volume. These have no dimension, so we don't fix or set them. They are scalable, whereas heat is a scale.
An equilibrium value... when a system is set 'closed'..... (scaler field)

There's a zero-point temperature, so zero-curvature, and zero-volume.
But not with information, it doesn't have a zero-point, it is a zero-point + a one-point. Like a sort of gap with no 'size'.
Gibbs?

To understand either, I claim that you need to understand both: Thermodynamics and Information Theory.

So there.
expand on this....

as in information, they always leave a door open for the random (non-local) effect that offers a application but not causal without

7. Hmm, maybe:

Equilibrium can change, so can resonant or stationary states - these are temporal phenomena.

You might need to expound on the implication, if that's what you're doing, with free energy (I presume that's what "Gibbs" means)? Energy and information have a different relation than energy and thermodynamics.

My last point stands, then, ipso facto, if you do not understand information entropy, you don't really understand the connection it has to the thermodynamic scale: heat, work, black-body dynamics, transport, equilibrium.

8. Originally Posted by Vkothii
Hmm, maybe:

Equilibrium can change, so can resonant or stationary states - these are temporal phenomena.
That resonance is energy upon mass (light).

Mass can only retain specific ranges of energy. And in every case that energy is em upon mass. When there is a pole, then an entanglement between structures is apparent. This relelation is what causes the varied states called angular momentum but non associated in Planck/Dirac

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You might need to expound on the implication, if that's what you're doing, with free energy (I presume that's what "Gibbs" means)? Energy and information have a different relation than energy and thermodynamics.
Because in a thermodynamic system entropy is single direction, but in a 'good' environment a potential can increases rather than decline (life abuses entropy)...... and Gibbs shares the value to the environment can flex

My last point stands, then, ipso facto, if you do not understand information entropy, you don't really understand the connection it has to the thermodynamic scale: heat, work, black-body dynamics, transport, equilibrium.
i do, but it is old and crusty

i.e.... tap that pond 2 times, notice the increased potential when the 2 waves meet?

9. I think we should get out of the way in this kind of thread and let Ice Age and Bishadi settle things between them.

tap that pond 2 times, notice the increased potential when the 2 waves meet?
And this idea ties the idea of energy as heat, to information?
How does it?

With your understanding of the old and crusty version: are you at least able to summarise it? Or if not, is it OK for me to assume that you don't understand it, or anything much about information?

11. Originally Posted by iceaura
I think we should get out of the way in this kind of thread and let Ice Age and Bishadi settle things between them.
thanks,

as it is good the complacent, step aside

12. Originally Posted by Vkothii
And this idea ties the idea of energy as heat, to information?
are you familiar with how 'heat' is defined upon a single atom?

do you understand what 'is' the information between atoms? Or if atom A and atom B are sharing 'x' information, than what is the mechanism of that 'carrier' of information.

Remember in both scenarios, what is heat, to one atom.

and then what is the 'unit' and mechanism for atoms, A and B to share x?

How does it?
Energy is em (light).

With your understanding of the old and crusty version: are you at least able to summarise it? Or if not, is it OK for me to assume that you don't understand it, or anything much about information?
please do no assume.... it will do no good

13. Well, I have to say, at this juncture that, no, I don't know what the mechanism of information getting carried between atoms, has to do with waves on the surface of a pond. Except that atoms look like waves too, is this the connection you're making?

Although I do know that absolutely nothing gets "carried" anywhere except as a wave of some kind. By a wave of some kind.

Can you, perhaps, remember what heat is, to one atom? I'm having difficulty visualising this, can you explain what you mean with this? You mean a sort of "stationary" wave somewhere?

14. Originally Posted by Vkothii
Well, I have to say, at this juncture that, no, I don't know what the mechanism of information getting carried between atoms,
OK

i can help with that

energy is light or simply the perpendicular planes of electric and magnetic fields upon mass

has to do with waves on the surface of a pond. Except that atoms look like waves too, is this the connection you're making?
nope

energy occilates upon mass.... and in a fluid the combined shares a wave and this analogy is for your education

Can you, perhaps, remember what heat is, to one atom? I'm having difficulty visualising this, can you explain what you mean with this? You mean a sort of "stationary" wave somewhere?
ever notice how h2o gets warmer and colder? what do you think is doing it? please do not say a binary addition of electrons......

ie.... i can add or reduce the wavelengths of energy (light) and cause that atom to change states

what is heat to an electron or the chemistry of an element

do you see the difference yet?

15. Ah, so you can add or subtract wavelengths from a single atom?

Where do you get these wavelengths or waves, from? Where are they, and how do you get them to add or subtract?

16. Originally Posted by Vkothii
Ah, so you can add or subtract wavelengths from a single atom?

Where do you get these wavelengths or waves, from? Where are they, and how do you get them to add or subtract?

what a moron

that is like me having a flash light in relation to an electron gun

meaning i can adjust my stove for heat based on how many reactions i allow to combust on a stove; the more gas the greater concentration of heat

but not one to take electrons to heat a cup of coffee as even an electric stove is simply releasing heat rather than electrons

17. or better still what does a microwave do chump?

18. So, you don't know then, where to get these wavelengths from? And the idea of adding and subtracting them is just an idea, you really don't know what happens, where these waves get made, or how to add or subtract them?
Apparently, you believe it's a matter of having a flashlight or a microwave oven or a stove top.

19. Well, that was sort of interesting.
Time to nuke my cold coffee, and fry some eggs for lunch on the stove top. Good thing it's daytime, or I might need a flashlight to see what I'm doing...

20. Originally Posted by Vkothii
So, you don't know then, where to get these wavelengths from?
why i did not see it before i don't know but i fell for it, hook line and sinker..... you are not interested in understanding how it works, you just like to argue

for the other folk reading; the known electromagnetic spectrum ranges from the radio to the gamma and every single atom that combines with another, or has a single line item of energy above absolute cold is of electromagnetic energy (light)......

not some times, everytime!

Energy itself is light...

Heat itself, is simply mass with increased momentum/resonance. All them infrared, ultraviolet rays from the sun, etc.... the very same stuff; light
.

And the idea of adding and subtracting
see the golden ratio if you like math and see how the progression scales

but in the current math this concept is not even considered because plancks constant is the incorrect definition to energy; because there is no way to do just that; reflect the increased potential of associated energy upon mass (entangled).

Hence this very error in today's physics suggests, energy has no mass but that is incorrect in the sense that energy does have potential and affects space and time, which does increase the overall state of the mass.

ie.... a hot piece of steal has greater potential than a cold one.

IN every case that increased HEAT is simply em upon mass.

Heat is simply light upon mass.

such the postulate; energy is light

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