“If
an educated person has Shakespeare and the Second Law * Dam the 2nd Law!
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See
also NEW Special Issue (open for
manuscript submissions till 31 March 2016):
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NIUToday>
Exploring
the Second Law of Thermodynamics (Editor:
Milivoje M. Kostic)
* Editorial >
http://goo.gl/SNKdj4
Kostic, M.M.
Entropy Generation Results of Convenience But without Purposeful Analysis and
Due Comprehension—Guidelines for Authors.
Entropy 2016, 18(1),
28;
doi: 10.3390/e18010028.
Kostic, M.
(2016).
Challenges to the Second Law Challengers
Entropy 2014, 16, 953967; doi:10.3390/e16020953 Article 
entropy


ENTROPY Is ... 
What is the underlying nature of “entropy” and why does it always increase? Why is entropy so intriguing and mysterious, unique and universal, as if it is a miraculous property of natural, material systems? How does it encompass and quantify all processes at all natural space and time scales, governed by the Second Law of Thermodynamics? And many other elusive and debatable issues, as if entropy is among the deepest unresolved mysteries in nature, defying our common sense. … The intention of this treatise is not a review of vast entropy literature, but presentation of this author’s longcontemplated reflections on physical meaning of entropy, and to put certain physical and philosophical concepts in perspective. Only two seminal references and two related publications by the author, in addition to three popular references to illustrate certain misconceptions, are cited. … <<<Click on image to Enlarge * PDF of this page 
“Nothing
occurs locally, nor globally in the universe, without massenergy exchange/conversion and entropy production.
It is crystalclear (to me)
that all confusions related to the farreaching fundamental Laws of
Thermodynamics, and especially the
Second Law
(Abstract
& FULL
paper),
are due to the lack of their genuine and subtle comprehension.”
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Sadi Carnot's
Reflections
<*>
Clausius Theory of Heat
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Reflections on Entropy,
and
Reflections on the Caloric Theory and Thermal Energy.
"Entropy is associated with storedheat within a material system, i.e. its thermal energy. It is an integral measure of thermal energy per absolute temperature of a system. As heat is generated due to dissipation of any work potential to heat, the entropy is produced. However, if heat is converted to work (like in heat engines), the thermal energy is reduced while transferred to a lowertemperature thermal reservoir, however, the entropy (as ratio of thermal heat to absolute temperature) will not be reduced but conserved in ideal, reversible processes (Q_{rev}/T=const, Carnot Ratio Equality), or even the entropy will be produced (generated) in real (irreversible) processes for the amount of dissipated workpotential to stored heat (or thermal energy) per absolute temperature, regardless that the thermal energy is reduced (converted to work). Therefore, the entropy is always produced, locally and thus integrally or globally, and there is no way to destroy entropy, since it will be against the forced energy transfer from higher to lower potential [Kostic 2011 & 2014]."