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Energy her characteristics are researched/described in/by the thermodynamics science: 1) energy can not be lost (reversed said: can not be generated) only be processed/harvested 2) these energy processes/harvesting are/is never 100% the wanted results efficient, other energy facets will always occur and burdens the process efficiency (example: the light bulb, give not only the wanted light but also lots of unwanted warmth) 3) energy always flows automatically from high values to low values (example: when 1 room is cold and 1 room is hot, and a door is opened between the two rooms both rooms become warm, the heat of the hot rooms will flow into the cold room till they both have equal temperatures).

Author: Gijs Graafland

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