Spiritual entropy

In religious thermodynamics, spiritual entropy is a hypothetic sort of entropy analog to physical entropy, albeit defined in the spiritual realm, which is defined crudely by American thermodynamicist Gilbert Wedekind, to the effect that accumulation of ‘maximal spiritual entropy’ equates to eternal death. [1] A related term is spiritual energy, which is said to be definable in terms of psychological energy and social energy.

References
1. Wedekind, Gilbert L. (2003). Spiritual Entropy: Life-Changing Insights Revealed by a Unique Natural law (spiritual entropy, 43+ pgs). Xulon Press.

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