The laws of Thermodynamics revisited
From a ripen apple that falls from a tree, to the energy transferred from our arms to the ball we toss, everything follows the law of nature. Only in our dreams and in Hollywood do these laws ever change. Remember when Charlton Heston parted the Red Sea, a magnificent scenario on film, but may not be probable in real life?
Why do tragedies occur in the world? Suppose we can explain the unexplainable by these laws of nature. The law of thermodynamics states that energy is not created nor destroyed; it can only be transferred from one form to another. Our thought processes of neurons and synapse uses energy, often transferring energy from one location to another, and from one energy source to another. Our thoughts occur because of the transmission of these energies. Let us propose that different thoughts generate different degrees of energy. Evil (greed, arrogance, and self love) thoughts generate much more energy than other thoughts. Where do these energies eventually go? Like the anger that builds within us, where does it go? These energies may transfer to other areas of the body releasing chemical energy. These chemical energies may harm our bodies causing stress, headache or disease. Or possibly, these energies may create an environment conducive for cancerous growth?
Suppose these excess energies in our minds are also released in the form of entropy (wasted energy) to the environment (the body of God). If greed, arrogance, and self-love become widespread, the environment (body of God) may become saturated with this excess energy. Eventually, to maintain equilibrium to the environment (body of God), these excess energies are released. The second law of Thermodynamics states that disorder or randomness is the rule. These energies are released randomly and cause disorder. Consider the hurricanes, typhoons and earthquakes that occur yearly. Could the transfer of our excess energies to the atmosphere cause them? These excess energies are harnessed into physical energies and may possibly explain the natural disasters that occur. As much as we hope that God has control of everything, God may be helpless to act.
As an apple drops to the ground due to the law of gravity, so will catastrophes occur as long as the mankind succumbs to greed, arrogance and self-love. We need to eliminate these evils from our minds so that these catastrophes will become less frequent, leading to a joyous world for all mankind.