
Thermodynamics is a lot like religion ...
a lot of people appeal to its authority, but
haven't the slightest notion what they are
talking about. [David L
Heiserman]
Thermodynamics is the branch of physical
science concerned with heat and its relation to
other forms of energy and work. It defines
macroscopic variables (such as temperature, entropy,
and pressure) that describe average properties of
material bodies and radiation, and explains how they
are related and by what laws they change with time.
~ Wikipedia
Statistical mechanics is a branch of
physics that applies probability theory, which
contains mathematical tools for dealing with large
populations, to the study of the thermodynamic
behavior of systems composed of a large number of
particles. ~ Wikipedia

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