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How To Control Probability

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Submitted by Miguel Lahunken (United States), Oct 5, 2016 at 10:07

How To Control Probability
The thermodynamic formula S=k ln W, where S is entropy, which is identical to polarity cancellation extent (entropy production rate is identical to polarity cancellation rate), k is a constant, ln is the natural logarithm, and W is the thermodynamic probability.
The relation of a sum to a product is the natural logarithmic curve. Entropy is a sum of polarities, and W is a product of probability, so that, the force of inductive resonance (vibrational) will exceed the force of the attraction of opposite polarities when the entropy is less than one, which is very improbable. It is a measure of the improbability field.
But measuring the force of inductive resonance, like the attraction between two transmission line cables transmitting the same frequency and modulation, and magnetic force, like between electromagnets in the circuit, you can measure the probability/improbability field.
By reversing the parts of this circuit, like changing a radio receiver into a radio transmitter, you may control probability. That can have many applications, like for example, take it into a casino.

Entropy is "the" sum of, for example -1+1=0, but it is a negative sum, which can be called a "subtraction", for, the actual number of polarities has been reduced with a higher entropy. But, there are extant two kinds of entropy in this culture: thermodynamic entropy, which is a reduction of the number of polarities; and, "informational" entropy, which is an increase of polarities providing more things to get chaotic. "Informational" entropy is more chaos. "The", a product of probabilities is, for example, pXq=W, where p is probability, and q is improbability.

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