It is reasonable to assume the scientific principal of entropy requires a cause for every effect.
No, it isn't. First off, entropy is simply an expression of the principle that things only change in one direction. That does not mean that everything has to be caused by something.
The law also states that energy dissipates over time and becomes useless.
Sort of. Energy in its own right will eventually decay. But, to paraphrase something you wrote in another post, humanity will be dust long before that happens.
Yet energy has been stored into tiny capsules of power and stays intact.
Actually, batteries naturally discharge their stored energy. It doesn't remain intact indefinitely, or even for very long.
A force outside of nature is logical and required because all this ordered energy must have come from a greater force. God is logical.
Argument from ignorance. You're making claims based on false assumptions and mistaken ideas.
Getting rid of God requires that we suspend logic and the physical laws of the Universe.
You must prove that your god actually exists in the first place, and not with flimsy logical constructs, before you can claim that people must suspend logic and the physical laws of the universe to "get rid of God".
Energy dissipates until no longer useful. By law.
I don't think you understand how physical laws work. They're nothing more than our current understanding of how things work - they are not laws which cannot be broken.
So...what force brought the energy of an Atomic Bomb explosion into any easy to handle mass, the weight of one dime?
The scientists who worked on the Manhattan Project.
Or did you mean what causes fissile material to become fissile? Probably the weak nuclear force, given that it affects the rate of radioactive decay.
That would be some bigger force, again by law. And what brought that?
Irrelevant. First off, you're simply repeating your misapprehension of how physical laws work. Second, this is nothing more than "turtles all the way down", at least until you introduce your god into the equation to provide the "first cause".
Ultimately there is a "first cause" or non material origin. By law.
The law of nature requires a super-natural origin.
As I expected. This is nothing more than your ignorance talking.
Yes, over time it squashes the hill, and over time the hill and bolder both turn to dust, then energy and dissipate until diffused and of no use at a temp of absolute zero. The end.
Do you even have the first idea of how long this will actually take? Also, I'm guessing you haven't heard that there are multiple competing ideas for what will actually happen. I suggest you read the Wiki page on the [wiki]ultimate fate of the universe[/wiki] before you continue to comment on this. I personally find the idea of a false vacuum intriguing, since it would wipe the slate clean.
Also, as screwtape says, entropy requires the expenditure of energy. If energy were not expended, entropy could not happen.
Both are energy being released which dissipates until no longer usable.
Actually, they're both energy performing work, not simply being released. Though in a sense, there isn't much of a difference - what you call the release of energy is simply work being performed by energy.
Anyway, to get back to the point, we don't really know what will happen when entropy reaches its maximum value. There won't be any humans around to observe it, most likely.