An object in motion (in my case, my mind) will remain in motion unless
acted upon by an outside force. Unfortunately, nothing takes place within a
vacuum except for the random particles which are and are not nearly (but not
truly) simultaneously.* Through friction (with other minds; with other
realities) an object (my mind) may speed up or slow down. The overall trend
(of thought) is toward disorder and randomness, which is not bad but not
good either. Entropy leeches energy and order from the object (my mind).
If entropy only leeched order from the object (my mind), it would simply
become less and less predictable. Unfortunately (or not), energy also
dissipates, meaning that the object in motion, acted upon by the (internal)
outside force of entropy, will eventually grind to a disordered halt. Some
claim that entropy culminates in pure chaos rather than pure randomness. I
believe that is true in systems that are human constructs.
from a dream-actualization answer by L.K.
* It is theorized that our universe began in such a "pseudo-void." It
apparently manifested as is allowed by QED, but could not return to
nonexistence because it was charged with far too much energy. Instead, the
universe inflated (as a balloon inflates) extremely fast, spreading out the
energy it was by creating and filling time and three-dimensional space. As
the universe continues to inflate (at speeds decreasing exponentially), it
becomes more disordered and less energetic (and colder). Eventually, all
energy will have dissipated, and the universe will reach absolute zero and
nothing will move. The universe will all become one massive state of matter
in a culmination of the Bose-Einstein "condensate" state of matter
discovered at NIST Colorado in 1996. The universe is an "object in motion."
Eventually, it will stop and transform.
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