The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
The common notions of hot and cold can be underscored by the physical property, temperature.
Although temperature is not a direct measurement of heat, something that feels co ld genera lly has a low
temperature; likewise, something that feels hot genera lly has a high temperature. It has long been
established that one of the princ ipa l limits of thermodynamics is temperature. If two entities have the
same temperature (neutra l), no net heat flow occurs; otherwise, heat willingly flows from the object
with the higher temperature to the object with the lower one. This process goes on for infinity within
the boundaries of everything.
All the primary degrees of temperature create the white temperature. Within the category of white
temperature, there is white noise and white-peace, which are permanently interconnected as one. The
category of white temperature is inescapable proof, in itself, that there is the absence of temperature.
The opposite of the category white temperature is the absence of temperature.
The white temperature and the absence of temperature are everything, when it comes to the category
of temperature. A substance without temperature is not absolute nothingness; it simp ly represents the
truth that there is absolute nothingness. One of the properties of absolute nothingness is the absence of
A wave is a disruptive disturbance that communicative ly spreads, reproduc ing throughout space and
time, usua lly with the transfer of energy. The frequency of recurring, periodic or cyc lica l processes
(such as rotation, osc illations, or waves) can be defined as the number of cyc les (periods) per unit of