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jakezj


Registered: Sep 2006
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How can NKS connect to thermodynamics?

Hi, every one:
I'm a new comer to this forum.
I luv NKS' ideas, especially it can simulate a universe only with simple compter program.

We all know thermodynamic is one of the most important field to describe our real universe, so I post my question: Are there some important and heuristic ideas to contribute to the connection between these two fields?

This way of thinking make me consider another interesting question. For a simulating universe, such as a CA, what is the energy in that universe? How can we calculate the energy transformation?

Does anyone think about this question before?

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