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The Metaphysical Implications of Constructal Theory

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By Rick McBride A principle has leaped out of thermodynamics so hot it’s bubbling up in other disciplines as a major law of physics, to wit: “This principle predicts natural configuration across the board: river basins, turbulence, animal design (allometry, vascularization, locomotion), cracks in solids, dendritic solidification, Earth climate, droplet impact configuration, etc.” Relax, this…
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