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TrickyDicky
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Feb22-12, 01:05 PM
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Quote Quote by mathal View Post
Clearly in the model you present there is no entropy and yes theoretically all reactions are time invariant so without entropy there would be no way to discern a 'direction' to time. To answer your question, in such a universe you can have whatever ratio of elements you like since all reactions are matched with their counterpart (or your universe won't remain static).
mathal
Thanks for your input mathal, finally someone sees what I mean.
You are right, that was in fact my initial thought, that in such a universe any ratio would be possible, but I'm trying to introduce some constraints in the form of typical stellar core temperature , pressure and density and supposing the usual stellar nucleosynthesis reactions would also work so that some equilibrium distribution can be given that would make more sense than some other.