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FQXi Administrator Zeeya Merali wrote on Dec. 17, 2020 @ 20:13 GMT
A key assumption in the standard thermodynamic description of macroscopic systems is that the system’s interaction with its environment is very weak and can be neglected. For microscopic systems, however, this assumption breaks down. In this talk I will illustrate the impact of strong coupling between a quantum system and its environment in two instances: i) The modification of a harmonic oscillator's thermal energy when strongly coupled to an environment [1], and ii) the combination of thermal uncertainty with quantum uncertainty in a general energy-temperature thermodynamic uncertainty relation [2]. The energy-temperature uncertainty relation is valid for classical and quantum systems at all coupling strengths. But in the

quantum regime, strong coupling can lead to non-commutativity effects that create coherences even in equilibrium, which increase temperature uncertainty as well as modify a system's heat capacity. The strong coupling corrections are described by the average Wigner-Yanase-Dyson skew information, a quantity connected to measures of coherence.



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Steve Dufourny wrote on Dec. 18, 2020 @ 12:34 GMT
Hi Zeeya, thanks for sharing , this thermodynamical method is very relevant.I thought about my idea considering this cold dark matter encoded also in nuclei permitting to balance and give these properties of heat and cold , that explains in my model also the quantum gravitation and the anti particles, all seems a question of distribution of cold and heat and the main codes are in the space vacuum in my model, I am persuaded that this cold has many secrets to give us if we find the technologies. This article was very interesting , regards

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Steve Dufourny replied on Dec. 18, 2020 @ 15:51 GMT
In fact I beleive strongly that this thermodynamic is foundamental at all scales but it is correlated with the main codes of this vacuum space of this dark energy , that is why I consider 3 E8 superimposed with the finite series of 3D spheres having the finite primoridal number, the same than our cosmological number finite of 3D cosmol spheres. So you are going to understand, the cold dark matter...

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Steve Dufourny replied on Dec. 18, 2020 @ 18:13 GMT
It seems so evident that the universe plays with the cold and heat, and that this does not come from oscillations different and vibrations of strings inside these photons at this planck scales, it is probably due to distributions in function of codes and these two fuels, the quanta of E , photons and cold dark matter, It is this the meaning of my equation more the space vacuum energetical of this...

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Steve Dufourny replied on Dec. 19, 2020 @ 11:47 GMT
the degrees of freedom and the compression or expansioon in function of these main codes permit to play with the intrinsic heat and cold , we have main codes distributing the properties for each matter , that implies relevant experiments and technologies

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