Does the first law of thermodynamics guarantee us free will?

Nice! You suggest that according to the first law, free will would NOT have an effect on a system (free will would NOT be possible), since causal propagation between subsystems would nullify the causes with the consequences (hope getting it right). Otherwise (if you have an average amount of energy at the beginning)…

What does the first law of thermodynamics tell us?

The First Law of Thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can only be converted from one form to another.

Does the first law of thermodynamics apply to humans?

Human Metabolism and the First Law of Thermodynamics. Human metabolism is the conversion of food into heat transfer, work, and stored fat. Metabolism is an interesting example of the first law of thermodynamics in action.

How does the 1st law of thermodynamics apply to real life?

Some real-life examples of the first law of thermodynamics are listed below: An electric light bulb transforms electric energy into light energy. Plants convert the radiant energy of the sunlight into chemical energy. The chemical energy stored in the body is transformed into kinetic energy when we walk, run and swim.

What is incorrect about first law of thermodynamics?

It is not applicable to any cycle process.

What are the limitations of first law of thermodynamics?

The limitation of the first law of thermodynamics is that it does not say anything about the direction of flow of heat. It does not say anything whether the process is a spontaneous process or not. The reverse process is not possible. In actual practice, the heat doesn’t convert completely into work.

Which of the following is not a limitation of first law of thermodynamics?

The First Law of Thermodynamics does signify the general Law of Conservation of Energy that the total energy of a system remains conserved. It is not the limitation. So option 1 is correct. But it gives no information about the heat source or the extent and direction of change.