# The New Science of Cryodynamics and Its Connection to Cosmology

@article{Rssler2011TheNS, title={The New Science of Cryodynamics and Its Connection to Cosmology}, author={Otto E. R{\"o}ssler}, journal={Complex Syst.}, year={2011}, volume={20} }

A new science called cryodynamics is proposed as a physical discipline as fundamental as thermodynamics. It is based on work by Zwicky and Chandrasekhar and very recent numerical experiments on dynamical friction. It should be noted that most of the features of cryodynamics remain to be discovered yet; for instance, there is no entropy-like macroscopic function to be expected. Moreover, the combination of cryodynamics with thermodynamics is bound to lead to new insights. In other words, old…

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