Principle of Least Action and Convergence of Systems towards State of Closure
A natural process is defined as an act, by which a system organizes itself with time. Any natural process drives a system to a state of greater organization. Co-existence of a system in states of maximum organization as well as maximum action forms the core idea of the paper. Organization is a progressive change that gradually converge a system towards a state of closure. To understand this in detail, major influences have been drawn from the Principle of Least Action and, it allows us to see how this, most basic law of physics determines the development of the system towards states with less action i.e. organized states. And hence, it is being proposed, that the development of a system towards states of greater organization is cyclic in nature.
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