There is a force in the Universe that drives the emergence of life, evolution, intelligence and civilization. This force can be called the e th Law of Thermodynamics or the Principle of Fast Entropy. Simply, the entropy production of an isolated system is subject to the Principle of Least Time.

This site represents an intersection between science and activism. While physicists have gravity, the electroweak and strong forces to hold together the physical universe, social scientists now have the e th Law to hold together the society. This site explores the physical science behind fast entropy as well as some of the physical implications. It also advocates for greater awareness of the  e th Law due to its paramount importance for society.For social and historical implications, please see the HistoryDynamics.org site.

Thermal refraction device comprising two metal bars

Heat takes a longer path through the copper bar than the iron one