In 1776 Thomas Jefferson's philosophy of innate rights:
"Life Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness."
In 1996 Adrian Bejan's discover of a new law in thermodynamics:
"For a flow system to persist in time (to live), it must evolve freely such that it provides greater access to its currents."
Today we explore the science of rights with the following correlation:
For a flow system to persist in time (to live) [Life], it must evolve freely [Liberty] such that it provides greater access [the pursuit of] to its currents [Happiness (positive feedback, a constructive event)].
This one-to-one mapping of unalienable rights to the constructal law presents a potential paradigm shift for humanity. Using familiar examples, an effective exhibit develops, taking the discourse out of the ivory tower explaining the reach and extent of such phenomenon within a simple context, while traversing the fine line between science, philosophy, faith and politics in contrast with morality, economics, and the rule of law. From this exhibit, the interested practitioner may continue to explore the constructal law, relative to the social sciences.
Fifth edition highlights (July 2019):
• Fixing the US Constitution.
• Improving United Nations’ UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights).
• A new theorem on Free Will versus Determinism.
• Introduction of Flow-Current Pairs for social optimization.
• Enhancing civil education via the constructal law in a science class.
• Redefining “free markets.”
• And much more…