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The first law of thermodynamics states that matter can neither one created nor destroyed, just like it can't be created nor destroyed.
Just like how you can't run in the air, you need a backwards force (the ground) for you to go forward
The second law says that when energy is transformed the quantity of energy remains the same, buts ability to do work diminishes
This means that this burner could create the same amount of energy as a fire, but its ability to do work would not be the same due to the second law.
This comic strip covers the concept of thermodynamics. The strip illustrates in the first panel a man running and because he is on the ground he has the backward motion to allow him to go forward. The second shows a Bunsen burner and the guy relates the burner to a fire which explains the second law. An Environmental Scientist could apply this to their work because of forest fires or calculation global temperatures or even how much energy would be put out from a damn.
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