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#1 petrushkagoogol

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Posted 27 February 2017 - 01:07 AM

I choose to divide objects in nature into two families - high flux and low flux.
 
High flux 
- Fire - due to the dance of ions in the plasma and transient nature
- Wind - due to it's high velocity and aggregation of particulate matter, which causes precipitation,
which is also transient
 
Low flux
- Water in a lake - motion is still and is long lasting
 
The difference implies that while the former have a short shelf life, the latter is not.
The former is dynamic energy, the latter static.
 
The former has immediate benefits, the latter long lasting.
 
Why is there this dichotomy in Nature ?  :out: 


#2 exchemist

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Posted 27 February 2017 - 08:14 AM

 

I choose to divide objects in nature into two families - high flux and low flux.
 
High flux 
- Fire - due to the dance of ions in the plasma and transient nature
- Wind - due to it's high velocity and aggregation of particulate matter, which causes precipitation,
which is also transient
 
Low flux
- Water in a lake - motion is still and is long lasting
 
The difference implies that while the former have a short shelf life, the latter is not.
The former is dynamic energy, the latter static.
 
The former has immediate benefits, the latter long lasting.
 
Why is there this dichotomy in Nature ?  :out: 

 

You've just told us it is you who has made up these 2 categories. So it's up to you to convince the rest of us that this categorisation is valid, before any discussion of why.


Edited by exchemist, 27 February 2017 - 08:15 AM.