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Bill Eshleman

Dear Gyula,

You said:
“The only conserved properties of interactions are their sources and their constant propagation c.”

I must agree, but then I must conclude that it is really
the entropy which is conserved and propagated at c…….

So in this fashion, Atoms and Entropy would be equivalent
notions and this is what I’m thinking Boltzmann
was “getting-at” in the first place. That is, that conserved particles and conserved waves are what might be
called “entropy-packets”(-P times Log(P)) and symmetric in

Bill Eshleman