First, I would like to define my definitions.
I do not use the term "heat death" for anything. This is because this is a word with multiple opposite implications. It could imply the "death of heat" or the "death of the universe by heat."
Thus, my definitions are hot and cold.
Hot: referring to maximum motion in a system.
Cold: Referring to zero motion in a system.
I do not use the definitions Chaos or Order, because something with high vibrations (high motion) could be orderly and synchronized, and a cold system with zero motion could be spaced unevenly and disorderly arranged.
My experiments with Box 2d physics used different parameters.
When atoms were given a restitution of 1 (No energy lost our gained during bounce) The system's average speed (average speed of each molecule) began to approach zero rapidly. This would imply the universe will eventually become colder and colder. This means that Poincare cycles are impossible (unless the motion creation device is invented).
When atoms were given a restitution of 1.05 (To compensate incase of Box2D errors) the system started with an average speed (temperature) of 16, then stayed at about 12 permanently. When atoms were given a restitution of 1.01, they lost temperature rapidly and stayed at about 9.
Care was taken to make sure that the friction and all forms of damping was set to 0.
This experiment implies that even with flubber characteristics (energy created) you will still get a cold system over time. Thus there is no chance (other than advanced evolution creating anti-cold inventions) that will reduce the cold of a system.
Also, I would like to change the medical word "cold" to a "mucus causing virus sickness". Because when I say anti-cold inventions, people may think I mean an invention to stop mucus, when what I mean is a heat-generating motion creation device.