RE: [asa] (Planck limits) Thermodynamics & Eternal Universe - A Question

From: Ted Davis <>
Date: Fri Oct 03 2008 - 12:47:52 EDT

I heard recently from someone knowledgeable that the first law of
thermodynamics does not actually apply to relativistic cosmology.
Apparently something of a "secret," in terms of the general public, though I
understand that physicists do talk about this and are concerned about fixing
the problem. They are also not at all confident that it can be fixed.

That's what I am hearing. Can anyone who actually knows about this fill in
the details for me? Is this in any way related to Hoyle's claim in the
steady state theory that hydrogen atoms can just sort of pop into


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