Subject: Is not a hurricane an example of entropy reversal?
Date: Tue Oct 6 10:22:30 1998
Posted by George Bugh
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Fort Worth State/Province: Texas
Area of science: Physics
It seems that a hurricane violates the 2nd law of thermodynamics since
random heat energy in the ocean water is turned into non-random wind
energy which in turn is transferred to all the objects that are
displaced on land.
Re: Is not a hurricane an example of entropy reversal?
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