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A synopsis of Hmolpedia, namely: a human, conceptualized as a powered 26-element animate thing, sitting in the lotus position, its human molecular formula shown (below), seated between an inexact differential of heat and an exact differential of Gibbs energy , overlaid with a mechanisms of the passions of the heart icon (see: Hmolpedia logo); next to the Carnot engine, above right, and the earth seen from the Carnot cycle universal point of view.

Hmolpedia: an A to Z Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics, Human Chemistry, and Human Physics, is a pedia, or simplified 5,400+ article compendium, working to collate "manifold avenues" of information (see: progress report), related to the study of people, individually, or in bulk — defined as reactive "hmols" (i.e. mols) of humans — from a physico-chemical point of view, namely the "advanced perspective" view of the universal first law and second law of thermodynamics; as the top 2000 geniuses and minds tend to see things.[1]

Hmolpedia, retrospectively, can be viewed as the footnote knowledge center of what Pitirim Sorokin (1928) classified as the “mechanistic school” of contemporary sociology; what Lawrence Henderson enacted via his Harvard Pareto circle (1932-42); the 90+ “two cultures namesakes” in historical order; or human chemical thermodynamics (HCT) in future focal apex, as HCT prodigies tend to see things:

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The atom favicon Atom logo 3 png.png , in the browser tab, is thematic to the view that a person is a "powered" bound state of 26-elements, a collection of "thinking" or "tormented" atoms (Voltaire, 1755); a powered animate thing in modern terms. The Hmolpedia logo, shown upper left, represents the knowledge that a human, as an "atomic geometry" or powered CHNOPS+20E existive, is governed by the operations of inexact heat differentials and exact Gibbs energy differentials, in short.

References

  1. Note 1: In Sep 2020, Hmolpedia, in the form of 5,376 articles, penned via the WikiFoundry/WetPaint wiki platform (2007 to 2020), via the EoHT.info URL, was split into two wikis, hosted on a new MediaWiki platform, as follows, namely Hmolpedia (split into):
    Hmolpedia 2020 (EoHT.info) | Archive (see: wiki)
    Hmolpedia (Hmolpedia.com) | Active (this wiki)
    An archived version (EoHT.info) (5,376 articles), firstly, and secondly, this new edition (Hmolpedia.com) version, of newly-written articles, made via citation to the archived articles; this is a work-in-progress migration.
    Note 2: The previous discussion forums (threads; archived threads), of the previous wiki platform, have migrated to the various article "discussion" pages of this wiki, for specific topic discussion, and a newly-launched phpBB based Hmolpedia forum, for general discussion.

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