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The gist of how, in Sep 2020, the 5,300+ articles of Hmolpedia were split into an archived version: Hmolpedia 2020 ( and a new edition: Hmolpedia (, i.e. this new wiki.

In site pages, progress report outlines the origin, progress, and development of Hmolpedia.


A 30 Mar 2016 video, made by Libb Thims, the day after he received his copy of the 10-volume print set of Hmolpedia, wherein he gives an off-the-cuff “progress report” of developments up to that point, on the previous eight years since Hmolpedia launched, as a wiki.[1]

The gist of Hmolpedia, is captured fairly well by Thomas Young:

“The longer a person has lived the less he gains by reading, and the more likely he is to forget what he has read and learnt of old; and the only remedy that I know of is to write upon every subject that he wishes to understand, even if he burns what he has written.”
— Thomas Young (1809), “Letter to Hudson Gurney”

Libb Thims, in short, wishes to understand how the "spontaneities" behind the reactions we characterize as "love" (e.g. love at first sight, true love, etc.), are understood, chemical thermodynamically; and there are MANY footnotes, citations, "avenues", and cul-de-sacs, etc., that one encounters, while traversing this wished-for path, that need to be "written down", similar to how Pierre Bayle's 1695-1697 penned 3,000-entry Historical and Critical Dictionary, has articles that are accompanied by lengthy footnotes, some upto 20-pages per footnote, and these footnotes have footnotes, and the "wiki" method, presently, is the most efficient tool to organizationally-amass this corpus of scattered knowledge.

The core seed of Hmolpedia began to grown in 1994-1995; in the years 2001 to 2004, folders in several file cabinets began to take shape; in 2005, an online A-Z anchor-linked glossary of terms was made; in 2005-2007, Wikipedia usage was tested; in Dec 2007, Hmolpedia had its first wiki at (2007-2013); this wiki farm platform was eventually sold to (2013- Aug 2020) wiki platform; in Sep 2020, Hmolpedia split into two MediaWiki-based sites: an archived version, and a new version.[2]

Big Questions?

1976-1981 | Right / wrong, god, and afterlife?

The following are key development and or progress points in 1976/1977:

Date Summary
A diagram of the not necessarily "right or wrong" (or good vs evil), but rather "lightening vs darkening" effect, that arose when Libb Thims (age 4-ish) dropped a "live" bird's egg off a second story balcony, to see what would happen (left), which is compared to how Thims, four decades later was teaching right and wrong (or good and evil) to a group of children in his 2015 "Atheism for Kids" class and YouTube video, turned Smart Atheism for Kids book.[3]
Libb Thims, at the age of about four or five, found a 1.5-inch oval-shaped birds egg, in a nest, in a tree, colored white with blue spots, and while playing with it, while holding it over the ledge, on the second floor balcony of the apartment complex he was then residing in, dropped the egg, for whatever reason, e.g. playing around with kids, see what would happen, etc.; afterwards "sensing" some sort of confusing cold darkness, therein adumbrating some possible sort of right / wrong divide or "good" vs "evil" line, possibly (a confusing memory).
A picture of a child, while walking through a park, asking his parent: “where does god live?”, from the cover of the children’s book Mommy, Where Does God Live? (Ѻ) (2018) by Gail Glover, which is the same question Libb Thims asked, while being walked through a park, at a similar young age, only to be told the he lives in a small gardener’s shack, that was located in the park.
Thims, at about age five (or six), was told that "when a person dies", if the person is "good", they will go to "live" with "god"; he then followed up this with the query: "where does god live?", after which, he was given a mixture of answers, being that either "god lives in the clouds" or "god lives in that gardener's shed" (pointing to a small gardener's shed, near a park where Thims resided as a child); both answers being open to acceptance, but, in the long term, unpalatable to the mind.
A diagram of premise that when a person "dies", they go to "live" in the clouds, with their deceased relatives, as was told to Libb Thims as a child (age 5-ish); which was the first thing Thims later "tested" for, age 10-ish, by looking out the window of a plane, when passing through the clouds, during his first plane trip.[4]
Thims, while in about late single digit years, road on a plane (to Arizona or California), for the first time, and looked out of the window into the clouds, to confirm or disprove the previously told to him story that people who die go to live in the clouds (with their deceased relatives); only to shake his head in disbelief.[5] This can be compared with the 1961 space flight of an age 25 Gherman Titov, the fourth person in space:
Titov (1961).jpg

who, after after landing, when touring the US, he "shocked" American reporters with his comments, when asked about his experience in space, that he saw neither "god" nor "angels" up there; after which US reporters had to rewire the formerly positive headlines, into an atheism-disparaging slant on Russians.

1987 | Existence | Drive-thru paradox?

The following are key development and or progress points in 1987:

Date Summary
An example of the “drive-thru paradox”, as envisioned by Libb Thims (age 15), in that in America, one can get a minimal wage job, at age 15, and get a mate, rent an apartment, keep food in the fridge, pay bills, and make children, albeit in a minimal spending sense, and seemingly be “relatively happy”, as Thims began to observe from people he met in these “work” environments. The question then becomes: what is the point of one “working” past this level, in one’s existence?[6]
Libb Thims, at the age of 15, obtained a work permit, and began working a fast food restaurant, and therein began to meet and hang out with females who were older then him, who had their own apartments, paid their rent, had food in their fridge, partied, and seemed to "exist", given their minimum wage income? Shortly thereafter, he encountered a dishwasher, while working in another restaurant, who had several kids and a wife, both of whom he grudgingly complained about a lot, but seemed to "exist", in some peculiar angry happiness, given his minimal circumstances? The question quickly became: why does one "work" past the minimal existence of: rent and food? Occupations past minimum (or basic income) becoming seeming only an issue of "vanity" as the Buss Study, see below evidences. This so-called "drive-thru paradox" is captured well in the famous "bar scene" of the 1997 film Good Will Hunting, wherein the character Will Hunting "works" construction, pays his rent, hangs out with friends, has girlfriends, and "exists", but yet has is a "prodigy" able to do any occupation he chooses?[6]

1988-1993 | Art of love

The following are key development in 1988 to 1993:

Date Summary
date Thims, from the age of 15 to about 21, spent a good deal of energy and effort mastering the so-called "art of love", in terms of having a good personality, being physically fit, a social butterfly, the "life of a party", a good social "prospect", etc., the gist of which being the the aim to make whoever you are with, remember the day, of you with them, as the "best time of their life" (or best day of their entire life); the Cary Grant personal comes to mind, as does the apex example seen in the film Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?, wherein a "Dr. John Wayne Prentice", gets the daughter of biggest News Paper company in state, to fall in love with him in 20-something minutes, and after to tell her mother about it.[7]

1991 | Freedom

The following are key development and or progress points in 1991:

Date Summary
Spring Thims, having graduated "high school", at age 19, a year behind his peers, having been "held back", in grade six, because his teachers reported that he seemed "bored" in class, became "free" to a socially-obligatory extent; graduating high school being the expected "minimum" requirement to be a basic adult "human" in America. The gist of this moment is captured well in the words of a 17-year-old Howard Hughes:
“For the first time in my life, I’m free. No one will ever again tell me what to do.”
— Howard Hughes (1922), “Age 17 comment to Rubert, when boarding the train to Houston, after being told his mother had died on the operating table”, Los Angeles[8]

Thims had it in his mind, at this point, that he could do, now, whatever he wanted, as he was freed from the confines of society.

1993 | Vanity and love?

The following are key development in the year 1993:

Date Summary
Summer At some point, age 21, plus or minus, the lead contending female, Thims could "potentially" marry, whose father had his last name carved on a 15+ story architectural and engineering building, and whose mother, was American royalty of some sort, being an heiress of a multi-million dollar vacuum cleaning company, told her mother, not that she had met this "fun" or "great" guy, but simply that he was a "chemical engineer" (or chemical engineering student)?
“Girls we love for what they are; young men for what they promise to be.”
— Johann Goethe (c.1810), Publication [9]

This completely dumbfounded Thims; concluding effect, that, in his mind, he had become nothing but a "label", a social "vanity" label, that appeased the minds of higher social structure of the extended family. Thims eventually, after 2006, found that this same issue had resonating in the mind of Goethe:[10]

“I, too, have long investigated, have gone through all arts and sciences. I became a theologian, consulted authorities, weighed all, tested all,—polemics, exegesis, dogmatism. All was babble: nothing breathed of divinity! I became a jurist, endeavored to become acquainted with justice, and learned how to distort justice. I found an idol, shaped by the hands of self-interest and self-conceit, a bastard of justice, not herself. I became a physician, intending to learn the human structure, and the methods of supporting it when it gives way; but I found not what I sought, — I only found the art of methodically murdering men. I became a philosopher, desiring to know the soul of man, to catch truth by the wings and wisdom by the forelock; and I found shadows, vapors, follies, bound into a system!”
— Faust (c.1770), Augsburg puppet-play version
“The puppet-play echoed and vibrated in many tones through my mind. I, also, had gone from one branch of knowledge to another, and was early enough convinced of the vanity of all. I had tried life in many forms, and the experience had left me only the more unsatisfied and worried. I now carried these thoughts about with me, and indulged myself in them, in lonely hours, but without committing anything to writing. Most of all, I concealed from Herder my mystic-cabalistic chemistry, and everything connected with it.”
— Johann Goethe (1770), reflection on intercourse with Johann Herder, in Strasburg

The "vanity" / "love" / "morality" / "purpose" is a puzzle not fully yet solved.

A mock diagram of mate selection spread sheet Libb Thims, age 21-ish, in attempts to figure out who to marry, from a list of his top 19 potential marriageable girlfriends.[11]
Thims, made spread-sheet style listing of the top 19 females he could potentially "marry", presuming that this was the status quo "method" one was supposed to follow, per cultural mechanism, and attempted to rank each one on a point scale; confusion abounded. This is similar in some respect to the Goethe 1808 "love thought experiment" about a hero, of his draft novel The Renouncers, who is simultaneously in love with four women, and he has to "choose" which one to marry:[12]
Goethe love thought experiment.png

This seed idea, about puzzling nature about "choice and love", of course, transformed into his affinity chemistry based Elective Affinities (1809), which became his greatest work or "best book" in his own words.

Chemical engineering

1994-1995 | ΔG < 0

The following are key development and or progress points in 1994 to 1995:

Date Summary
The famous Buss study (1993), read by Thims in 1994, which showed that women's sexual receptivity can be quantified numerically, in respect to the occupation of the potential mate.[13]
Libb Thims, while in a local book store, came across American evolutionary psychologist David Buss' newly-published very-influential 1994 The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating, which presented the results of studies, conducted in the 1970s and 1980s, involving a survey of some 10,047 people worldwide, on the nature of sexual selection, cross-culturally, that sought to identify underlying evolutionary-mediated psychological mechanisms of human behavior and desire; such as the famous Buss study, presented in the book, which found that sexual receptivity of women can be quantified numerically in terms of the "occupation" (work) of the male, as shown adjacent.[13]

Thims, thereafter, fascinated by this "mechanism" (or mechanistic) way of looking at human relationship underpinnings, as a hobby, read over a 100 books on evolutionary psychology and mate selection (see: Thims' mate selection book collection).

Thims ruminating 1994 to 1995.png
Libb Thims, in the period of the college semesters of Fall 1994 to Fall 1995, as shown adjacent, while taking chemical engineering based chemical thermodynamics, physical chemistry, and heat and mass transfer, among other related prerequisite subjects prior, e.g. mathematics, past partial differential equations, chemistry, through, general chemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry, etc., began to ruminate on how a mixture single reactants, such as A, B, and C, in an initial "state", react, over a generational period, to form the product of a new child D, in the end "state", as chemical thermodynamics sees, defines, and determines (see: determinism) things (see: thermodynamic lens), in terms of Gibbs energy change , where a negative free energy change indicates a "favored" (by nature) or "spontaneous" reaction:[11]

At this point, the solution to the puzzle remained elusive, and basically a thought in the back of his head, which he worked on from time to time, similar to the Goethe love thought experiment (c.1808).[12]

Electrical engineering


The following are key development and or progress points in the years 1996 to 1997:

Date Summary
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Libb Thims, with only a few more courses to take to complete BS degree in chemical engineering, realized, owing to prerequisites overlap, that in about 18-months time, he could also complete a BS degree in electrical engineering, and therein have a good solid well-rounded educational foundation, prior to engaging in whatever the world threw at him; doing this, he learned about the electromagnetic force, Maxwell's field equations, the charge distribution work of Gauss, along with the more mundane details of the operation of logic gates, how silicon is used, via Boolean algebra, to make computer "minds" so to say, of computer chips and central processing units, the nature of the electron, among other interesting things.


The following are key development and or progress points in the year 1998:

Date Summary
Apr 13 Thims completed his BS in chemical engineering and his BS in electrical engineering, at the University of Michigan.
Jun Thims moved to Chicago.

1999 | MS particle physics / MD-PhD neuroscience and biochemistry?


The following are key developments in 1999 and 2000:

Date Summary
date Thims, having mastered chemical engineering and electrical engineering, the then two highest-paying and said to be "most difficult" degrees, and having passed though the candidacy program to be a Marine fighter pilot office, began to engage into (add).
date Thims began to amass his own personal medical school library, e.g. he bought every required required reading book for medical school, up through the 4th edition Julian Youmans' five-volume Neurological Surgery, the so-called "bible of neurosurgery", with the intention of having all the standard medical school curriculum mastered, up through the board certification level, BEFORE he started medical school, the aim being to graduate in the top 3 percent of his medical school class (having already graduated in the top 8 percent of his chemical engineering class, and therein "seeing" what needed, in respect to time, preparation, and study, to finish in the top three); during this period he also read about 50+ books on neuroscience, neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, and books on the mind.

2001 | BIG year

The following are key development and or progress points in 2001:

Date Summary
Nov 15
A picture of the paper scratch notes Libb Thims made to his partial 15 Nov 2001 solution to the so-called human free energy problem (aka "elective affinity problem" as it was called when Goethe and Shelley, independently, worked on the same problem).[14]
Thims, at 3:00 AM, had a partial break through on the puzzle in beginning to see connections between entropy, intelligence, and order; enthalpy, physical attractiveness, and heat; and Gibbs free energy, occupation, and stability, in that the key was to look at the "initial" values (HI and SI) as compared to the "final" values (HF and SF) of the enthalpy and entropy values of each person, species, or entity, say in year one as compared to year twenty, in respect to a child being synthesized:


G, H, and S values.png

In more detail, the following draft "human free energy table" (Ѻ), a colorized version of the original scratch paper version (2001), above left, shows that as the "mental entropy" (SMx) of the person decreases, as shown in column four, and as the negative enthalpy of the reaction (ΔH) increases, as shown by row five, columns one to three, so to does the negative Gibbs energy change (ΔG) increase, therein providing a chemical thermodynamics "gauge" of reaction "spontaneity", i.e. naturalness, of human chemical reactions:[16]

This logic, accordingly, allows for the calculation of the human free energy of formation or any given person; such as follows, which was originally done for small chemicals, tabulated on free energy tables, by Gilbert Lewis (1923):[17]

Human free energy table.png

At this point, Thims decided he would attempt to pen out a short, say 40-page article, over the course of two-months, to outline the basics of this solution, for the betterment of humankind. This quickly turned into four draft manuscripts, written over the following four years, Human Thermodynamics, Volume 1-3, and Cessation Thermodynamics.[18]


The following are key development and or progress points in 2002:

Date Summary
A plot of the ranked data results, of the group "female science majors" (P = psychology, B = biology, C = chemistry, and M = mathematics, each with 41, 20, 13, and 21 students, respectively), from the 2002 study of 2,018 University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) college graduation photos, graduating classes of 1969 and 1972, showing that attractiveness is inversely proportion, on average, to intelligence, a finding which corroborates Beckhap's law.[19]
In 2002, Libb Thims, in an effort real data to corroborate Beckhap's law (1975), namely the conjecture that "beauty" is inversely proportional to "brains" (or beauty times brains equals a constant):

In symbols, physical "attractiveness" A is inversely proportional, via an unknown Beckhap constant CB, to "intellect" I or mental attractiveness:

undertook an "Attractiveness vs. Intelligence" study of the photos (see: graduation photos ranked by physical attractiveness), each ranked on a 7-point scale (1 = least physically attractive; 7 = most physically attractive), a few examples as shown below:

UIC PA study (2002).jpg

and corresponding graduation degrees, each degree ranked by "intellectual difficulty" (see: college degrees ranked by intellectual difficulty), of the 2,018 students of the graduating classes at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), in the years 1969 and 1972, finding, via plotting the data, that when "like groups" of students are grouped, e.g. male engineers, female science majors (as shown adjacent), education degrees students, etc., that within those niche groups, "physical attractiveness" has an inverse relationship to "intelligence" (or mental attractiveness). This data was then fitted into HCT variables, based on the reasoned conjecture that enthalpy H is proportional to physical attractiveness A:[15]

and entropy S is inversely proportional to intelligence I:

One can then employ the Gibbs energy of formation equation:

where the initial and final states of enthalpy and entropy, refer to the initial state and final state of an 18+ year reaction involving the production of a child:


, which is the Gibbs free energy of the state of the child, Bc, detached at age 15
, which is Gibbs free energy of the state of two reactants, the male Mx and female molecule Fy, at the point of love at first sight
, which is the enthalpy of the state of the child, Bc, detached at age 15
, which is the enthalpy of the state of the two reactants, the male Mx and female molecule Fy, at the point of love at first sight
, which is the entropy of the state of the child, Bc, detached at age 15
, which is the entropy of of the state of the two reactants, the male Mx and female molecule Fy, at the point of love at first sight

Using these time-specific variables, through a bit of substitution, one can derive the following result:

which says that, owing to the constraints of the Gibbs equation, otherwise known as the combined law of thermodynamics, the physical attractiveness of the individual, in this case the male, will vary inversely with the intellect of the individual, on average, at the initial start to a typical romantic male-female reaction.[20] This, barring prolonged digression, gave Thims a first approximation "proof" the basic components of mate selection, as defined in evolutionary psychology terms, or as captured by the Beckhap's law idiom, are the result of the nature of the enthalpies and entropies involved in social reaction dynamics and in the chemical reaction formation of humans.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2003:

Date Summary
The 2003 "idea state" to late 2000s "working model" state of Libb Thims' idea of a package mailbox that prevents theft, the door-opening automation of which being connected to email or phone notification.[21]
Libb Thims, amid his book ordering process (ordering 945+ books[22], from Amazon, in 2002 to 2015) conceived “Mail Cubes”, as a working company, in the "idea" stage, amid a stealing spree when seven packages were stolen at once, making draft design notes of a cube-shaped, large-sized mailbox like receptacle able to accept both mail and packages, e.g. Amazon, and deliveries, e.g. Peapod, securely and automatically, using smart computer technology, e.g. text messaging, when the resident is not at home.[23]
Nov 10
The basics of "human molecular orbital" theory, developed by Libb Thims in 2003, according to which, from an “accelerated” point of view, e.g. the way we look at “electrons” interacting with “protons”, presently, a human, as a particle, can be seen as moving about, at high orbital speed, in their daily activity orbitals, according to which, when orbital overlap occurs, e.g. a young man and women attend the same college, and begin to re-occur at in certain locations (e.g. classes or jobs), then a quantum electromagnetic (QED) “exchange force”, photon interaction, begins to actuate, which can, over time, work to “pull” the two people together, into the formation of a bonded couple (dihumanide molecules).
Thims synthesized the theory of the human molecular orbital, based on standard hybridized "molecular orbital theory", a version of which is shown adjacent, according to the Schrodinger equation.[14] A 5-step overview of two people meeting and moving in together is summarized well via five diagrams on in the “transition state” section of the HT glossary, as follows:[24]
Dihumanide molecule (orbital mechanism).jpg

This is covered, in more detail, in Thims 2007 Human Chemistry.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2004:

Date Summary
May 10
The basics of the "exchange force" model, scaled up to explain the "forcing" of human movements, and "bonds", held therein, as developed by Libb Thims (10 May 2004).
Thims formulated the "field particle exchange theory" of inter-human molecular bonding as based on QED, QCD, particle physics, evolutionary psychology, and the fundamental particles, which define human molecules to be bonded electromagnetically via connections of either direct or indirect photon bonds. These theoretical points of view, among others, were combined with data from American psychologist John Gottman, who found, by studying 2,000 newly married couples, that stable marriage couples had 5-to-1 ratio of positive-to-negative exchanges in their microsecond interactions, to synthesize the basic outline of the human chemical bond.[14]
Month At some time during this period the concept of human molecular spin was conceived.[14]
In the period 2003 to 2006, Libb Thims discovered David Hwang's 2001 "The Thermodynamics of Love", wherein he used energy coordinates to show a relationship formation graphically, and also used a human chemical bonding logic, via the use of the dash "M-F" to represent the "chemical bond".
In 2004, or +/- two years (2003-2006), Thims discovered David Hwang's 2001 “The Thermodynamics of Love”, wherein he described males M and females F as "elements", that react to form a couple "M-F", wherein, of note, we see the use of the dash "-" meant to represent a relationship bond of some sort (see: human chemical bond), the couple which he defined as a "compound", as follows:[25]
M + F → M-F

and explains how chemical thermodynamics applies to this reaction:

“Two people who fall in love with one another are often described as having a certain personal ‘chemistry.’ Although most people would probably be quite content with accepting this convention at face value, the truth is that the correlation between romance and everyone's favorite branch of the natural sciences runs quite deep. In fact, while the terminology of thermodynamics explains the spontaneity of chemical reactions very well, it also applies directly to various factors determining the success of human relationships.”
— David Hwang (2001), “The Thermodynamics of Love”

Hwang also used reaction coordinate diagrams; the used of these was a new influential idea to Thims, all of which being later employed and expanded on in Thims 2007 Human Chemistry.

Hmolpedia | Glossary-based


The following are key development and or progress points in 2005:

Date Summary
Feb 25
On 25 Feb 2005, Libb Thims discovered Erich Muller’s “Human Societies: a Curious Application of Thermodynamics”, published in the Journal of Chemical Engineering Education, wherein he defines people as “molecules”, and describes social interactions, e.g. fighting, people grouped in a theater, or a lone person on a deserted island, etc., such as shown in the above figure, in terms of thermodynamic “potentials”, in units of energy, whose variation with respect to distance represents the ‘force’, as he says; this article became the prototype for all articles of the Journal of Human Thermodynamics, which formed shortly thereafter.[26]
Libb Thims discovered Erich Muller's 1998 Journal of Chemical Engineering Education article “Human Societies: a Curious Application of Thermodynamics”, where in he explains society, its bondings and interactions, using chemical thermodynamics arguments, e.g. defining interactions in terms of "potentials" rather than "forces", as shown in his figure 2 (adjacent), the caption of which is:
“Figure 2: The solid line shows in a qualitative way the intermolecular force for two simple molecules as a function of the distance between their centers. A positive value indicates repulsion among molecules, and a negative value, attraction. The relation to human interactions is evident. An isolated individual (the sunbather) is at peace without inter-actions from other humans. Nevertheless, he may come relatively close to other individuals for certain occasions (like going to the movies). Too close an encounter, however, usually leads to repulsion.”

This article became the role model article for the later launch of the Journal of Human Thermodynamics, per reason that Muller, a chemical engineer (ChE) and chemical thermodynamics professor, had published this in journal focused on "educating" new chemical engineering students, on a topic that is COMPLETELY missing from the current ChE curriculum, which was the one thing Libb Thims wanted to see presented,in his ChE educational process, but did NOT see it; accordingly, this is the one subject Thims wants to see integrated into modern ChE curriculum.[26]

Apr 27
HT dot com.jpg
Thims launched, with the goal of having a site to be a place to link up others around the world who might be researching the same topic, wherein he began to go public with some of his research and writings.[18]
May 5


A selection of the articles started, and or edited, by Libb Thims, at Wikipedia, those in "red links", namely three: human thermodynamics, human chemistry, and human molecule, being one's that went to "articles for deletion" and were voted out of Wikipedia.[27]

Libb Thims joined the newly-formed Wikipedia; contributed over 10,000-edits, over the course of three years, and 85-new articles (three of which being VERY controversial):

Wikipedia logo 2.jpg

Thims found that it was much EASIER store and write articles in wiki pages, rather than on hand-coded html-based anchor-linked glossary pages. Thims first edit, as an unregistered user, was a new article on “human thermodynamics”. The article, however, ended up going through the "articles for deletion" (AfD) process twice, getting voted out of Wikipedia per "reasoned objections", such as the following, by someone who was completing an engineer degree (BS or MS in mechanical or civil engineering) at the time:[28]

  • Strong delete. I read the text, and I understand the material. It is well-disguised nonsense. — Splash 01:43, Jun 21, 2005 (UTC)

Three other articles, penned by Thims, namely: “human chemistry” (E.B., 1851), “human molecule” (Jean Sales, 1789), and Georgi Gladyshev, author of Thermodynamic Theory of the Evolution Living Beings (1997), were likewise voted out.[27]

Thims, in 2007, eventually, particularly after disgust at the 2007 AfD discussion for the human chemistry article (discussed below), left Wikipedia, owing to the observed resistance to having these topics become encyclopedia articles

Mid By late 2004 to mid 2005, Thims had four draft manuscripts shown online, as follows:

Thims (first four draft manuscripts).jpg

Jul 11
Thims made a "key term" hyperlinked-connected "glossary" page in the site, so to be able to add hyperlinks to new, rare, or technical terms, in online paragraphs, that were in need of exact and clear definitions, but were non-extant on the Internet; or terms, e.g. "transition state", "bond", or "work", that apply equally at the micro chemical reaction level and at the macro human interactions level:
“Anyone's romantic life can be reduced to a series of transitions, or ‘transition states’, e.g. twice-divorced and now single.”
Richard Ecob (2005), “If Chemistry Can’t Make a Date, Physics Will!”, Oxford Physics Department, Press Release, Aug 11

as per chemical thermodynamics sees and defines things.[29]

Oct 9
On 9 Oct 2005, Libb Thims attempted to do for the "human chemical bond", what Linus Pauling did for the "chemical bond", namely upgrade the former from the two-millennia old "hood-and-eye" bonding model, to the modern exchange force and orbital theory developed by Heitler, London, Lewis, and Pauling. The attempt at this article, in an online format, resulted in the inception of the Journal of Human Thermodynamics, and chapters 11-16 of Thims 2007 Human Chemistry.
Thims, owing to the fact that he was previously ignorant of the fact that the Gibbs energy of the final state of the "bonded couple", i.e (M≡F), of a male M and female F, e.g. in a marriage, after their first baby B, or child some dozen+ years down the road, such as shown blow:

constitutes a dominate and significant portion of the of the human free energy change of formation, that is "stored" in the bond "≡" as "bond energy":

Bond energy.jpg

a logic pioneered by Fritz Haber, in his Thermodynamics of Technical Gas Reactions (1905), for gas molecules, and that no one previous, for surface-attached "human molecules" (people), had even "envisioned" (or yet seen), nor attempted for this immense problem:

“Talent hits a target no one else can hit; genius hits a target no one else can see.”
Arthur Schopenhauer (c.1850), Publication

decided to take it upon himself, to pen a scholarly article on the theory of the "human chemical bond", entitled "On the Nature of the Human Chemical Bond", a title themed after Pauling's 1931 article "The Nature of the Chemical Bond" turned 1939 book, of the same title, aka the "Bible of modern chemistry".[30] To this very day (Nov 2020), there are fewer than a handful of people, presently, who even remotely understand what is being said in this table section.

Dec 2
An overview of the Journal of Human Thermodynamics, active from 2005 to 2010, with an 18-month intermittent, while Thims was engrossed in penning his two volume Human Chemistry.[31]
Thims launched the Journal of Human Thermodynamics, active from 2005 to 2015, an attempt to establish a publishing platform for active researchers, worldwide, interested in topics and subject matter related to thermodynamics applied in the humanities.[32][31]
Dec 25
The HT Glossary had grown to encompass 88 key terms (WB), as shown below, which had began to be listed in different alphabetical pages, namely: B, E, H, L, M, and S, as shown by the boxed letters (above):

activation energy, atom, Bc, biomolecule, bound state, bond, BT, Buffett number, business chemistry, business molecule, business thermodynamics, catalyst, cessation thermodynamics, chemical reaction, chemical bond, collision theory, complicalities, conditioned response consciousness, CT, dihumanide molecule, dodecabond, dodecabond theory, earth molecule, efficiency, element, enthalpy, entropy, equilibrium, exodermal regeneration cycle, field particles, fundamental particles, fission, free energy, fundamental forces, fusion, fundamental bond, Fy, Gibbs free energy [see: Gibbs energy], heat, hierarchic thermodynamics, HT, HT researcher, human engine, human molecule, human molecule orbital, human molecular spin, human thermodynamics, human thermodynamicist, JHT, Journal of Human Thermodynamics, kinetic thermodynamics, kinetics, law of temporal hierarchies, life, love, matrix, mechanical engine, metabolism, mind, molecular orbital, molecule, Mx, MxFy, non-fundamental bond, nucleon, nucleus, photon, photon bond, PNT bond, potential, psychoneurothermodynamic bond, QED, reaction coordinate, reaction rate, sloughing hypothesis, spontaneous, substrate, supra human molecular organism, supramolecular receptor, system, transition state, temperature, thermal equilibrium, thermalisation, thermodynamics, thermodynamic evolution, U, work

Firstly, of note, each term, by definition of the laws of the universe, as they are presently understood, had to be defined "non-anthropomorphically", from the unbiased physico-chemical point of view, i.e. chemical thermodynamics view of things, aka the "thermodynamic lens" view of things, as it has been referred to historically.[33] Secondly, of note, while many of these terms have atrophied into non-use, some, such as those shown bolded below, eight of which, namely: atom, element, Gibbs energy, human molecule, human thermodynamics, mind, thermodynamics, and work, as of 1 Nov 2020, being blue-linked to extant articles, many have grown.

2006 | Discovered Goethe!!!

The following are key development and or progress points in 2006:

Date Summary
The Prigogine footnote 2.5.
Thims, via Prigogine's footnote 2.5 (Order Out of Chaos, 1984), discovered Goethe (Elective Affinities, 1809) who had taken the previous affinity chemistry logic (affinity reactions based on affinity tables), e.g. Torbern Bergman (1775) and Etienne Geoffroy (1718), below middle, which derive from Newton's "Query 31" (below left), to make a human affinity table (below right):[34][35]
Newton (1717) to Geoffroy (1718) to Goethe (1808).jpg

with which he used to pen a 36-chapter novella, called Elective Affinities, wherein each chapter, wherein new "reactant species" are introduced into the system of the "header species", the latter ordered by decreasing chemical affinity, in respect to each respective header species, in the affinity tables, is a new "human chemical reaction", thereby founding the science of human chemistry. This brought resolution to the long-sought question, Thims had floating in his mind (since 1994-1995), about "who was the first to apply chemical thermodynamics prediction logic to human reactions, e.g. to mate selections reactions?".

Feb 17
In late 2000, Libb Thims, in order to be sure he would finish, once past the Goethe chapter 10, chapters 11 to 16, on the "human chemical bond", ran exactly 6-miles per day, at 7.8 miles per hour pace, at a 15% incline, for 6-months straight.[36][36]
Thims, owing to (a) the previously-embedded frustration of attempting at attempts to pen an online, single-page, HTML-based article on the "human chemical bond", via the JHT, which got stalled out, and (b) the discovery of Goethe, at which point it became a "moral imperative", "categorical imperative" (Kant, c.1750), obligation, or rather existence-stopping "duty", owed to Goethe, to pen a basic textbook on "human chemistry", as a top ten percent of his class, chemical engineering student, attending a top five US engineering school, should be able to do, to the best of his ability. During this period, towards the tail end of the writing process, in order to ensure completion, specifically after chapter 10 (Goethe’s Affinities), Thims ran, on the treadmill at a 15% incline, at various Chicago Powerhouse/X-Sport gyms, continuously, every day, for six months straight, exactly 6-miles per day, at a 15% incline, at exactly 7.8 miles per hour, for a total of 1,080 miles, during which time new concepts and theories and solutions to problems were pushed out and grew in the mind "while on" the treadmill.[36] Of note, the reason the "count" was stopped, owed to the fact that Thims' sister (and new husband) few out to visit, the day prior to which, Thims jumped to a 12-mile run (at the same specifications), and resultantly blew out his Achilles's tend (very painful) and could not run for several weeks.

Human Chemistry: Start

2007 | Sep

The following are key development and or progress points in early 2007:

Date Summary
Sep 4
Human Chemistry (Thims, 2007).png
Thims, on the fuel of Goethe, following 18-months and 14-days of continuous focused writing, published paperback version of Human Chemistry, in two volumes, as shown adjacent, thereby giving an outline of the basic subject of human chemistry, as the subject of people defined as chemicals reacting together on a surface, such as Goethe had introduced over two-centuries ago, wherein, e.g. a basic human combination reaction is defined as:[37]

where AB is a bonded union, i.e. a dihumanide molecule, wherein species A and B, e.g. a man and a woman, are bonded by a chemical bond "≡", i.e. A≡B. Likewise, where sexual reproduction, normally thought of as, in simply child-speak, as male M plus female F "react" to make baby B:

is upgraded, to the fact that, chemically-speaking, the human reproduction reaction is a double displacement reaction:

where, MG1 is the male and his germ cell (sperm), FG2 is a female with her germ cell (egg), MF is the bonded couple, and G1G2 is the united (fused) gametes, in the form of the grown child at the point when he or she "detaches" from the parental structure, at about age 16 to 24, depending, the former two being reactants in the "initial state", the latter two being products in the "final state", chemical thermodynamically speaking.

This publication, thereby, establishing "human chemistry" as a basic subject, which is a prerequisite before "human chemical thermodynamics" can be established as a basic subject; in the same way that "chemistry" was established as a science proper first BEFORE "chemical thermodynamics" could be established afterwards.

Sep 27 Thims published the hardcover version of Human Chemistry.

Wikipedia: End | Sep-Oct

The following are key development and or progress points in late 2007:

Date Summary
Sep 24
On 4 Oct 2007, the controversial subject of "human chemistry", draft article penned by Libb Thims, a subject initiated by Johann Goethe (1809), followed by William Fairburn (1914) and Thomas Dreier (1948), among others, was been "banned" from Wikipedia.
Libb Thims, emboldened by his recent Human Chemistry publication, which situated Goethe as the founder of the subject and explaining how the first book entitled Human Chemistry was written by William Fairburn (1914), who defined people as "human chemical elements", whose reactions were governed by chemistry and thermodynamics, started a basic summary article on "human chemistry" at Wikipedia; it appeared on the Wikipedia main page “Did You Know?” section; then went to “Articles for Deletion” (AfD) (4 Oct 2007); the first AfD, a scientifically-intelligent person, then in the middle of completing his PhD on the lattice Boltzmann methods applied to problems concerning surface tension and wetability, summarized things thusly:[38]
  • Keep. It seems to be an attempt by User:Sadi Carnot (Libb Thims) to write an encyclopedia article, and it looks like a very good effort as well. The author has cited a variety of sources, ranging back to the 1800s and up to today, and each paragraph is referenced. The article looks well researched, and the sourcing is very good, far better than the majority of articles. I see no evidence of any promotional stuff whatsoever in the article. Personally, I am skeptical of attempts to make analogies between human beings and atoms, they tend to be stretches of a theory to domains where they no longer hold, and I think this is more of a social science, rather than natural science article. Such concerns have no influence on the encyclopedic validity of the subject in a general purpose encyclopedia however. — Sjakkalle 12:55, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

The article, however, eventually was deleted, without final vote, because Thims requested deletion per the Wikipedia G:7 rule (author requests deletion), owing to the observed idiocy directed towards the article[38]

Sep 28
On 18 Nov 2007, Libb Thims, after attempting to write an article on the view of a person as a chemical "molecule", i.e. "human molecule" (Sales, 1789) or "abstract molecule" (Sterner and Elser, 2002), the latter of whom being the first to calculate the human molecular formula, was "indefinitely banned" from Wikipedia. Hmolpedia was launched the following month.

Libb Thims started a "human molecule" article at Wikipedia; it appeared on the Wikipedia main page “Did You Know?” section (people liked it and voted it there), as many did in the 1940s:

“One night the answer came to me like a revelation. I sat down at my typewriter and wrote a brief essay entitled “Human Chemicals”. It was published in a magazine of limited circulation. There were so many requests for it that it was brought out in pamphlet form. In fact, seven editions were printed over a period of years.”
— Thomas Dreier (1948), We Human Chemicals (pg. x)

Then, when the sharp-eyed Wikipedian vultures arrived, steeped in religious bias and anthropisms, it quickly went to “Articles for Deletion”; eventually being deleted (4 Oct 2007), without final vote, because Thims requested deletion per the Wikipedia G:7 rule (author requests deletion).

Oct 4 Libb Thims, the day after requesting deletion of his "human chemistry" and "human molecule" article, per the Wikipedia G:7 rule (author requests deletion), QUIT Wikipedia! Specifically, and stopped editing at Wikipedia, owing to the observed experience with the attempts at starting the: human thermodynamics, human chemistry, and human molecule articles, and did not return to Wikipedia, or check in on any so-called "watch list" pages, until late Nov/Dec (after which, he found out that a mass effort was made to expunge him from Wikipedia, as summarized in the following sections).
Oct 12- Oct 20 The article Libb Thims had written on Georgi Gladyshev went to the “Articles for deletion” process, during the course of which, during the course of which Libb Thims, as a Wikipedia editor began to come into question; to exemplify:[39]
  • Delete. This is a part of a concerted attempt by Libb Thims (User:Sadi Carnot) to push a fringe pseudoscience on Wikipedia (and it is in fact so fringe that it is not even notable as a fringe theory). -- Ekjon Lok 14:56, 13 October 2007 (UTC)

This was followed up by an "incidents" article, posted at the administrator's noticeboard (15-pages), being started on Libb Thims, supposedly to begin to amass evidence that Libb Thims, in his 10,000-edits, was nothing but a "fringe pseudoscience" pusher?[40]

Oct 29-

Nov 18

On 18 Nov 2007, Libb Thims, and articles associated with him, namely: human thermodynamics, human chemistry, human molecule, and Georgi Gladyshev, were permanently “banned” from Wikipedia; which continues to the present day. While it may be OK for Harvard BioNumbers to cited Thims’ 26-element “human molecular formula” (2002), it is NOT ok for Wikipedia to do so.
In the wake of the “human chemistry”, “human molecule”, and Georgi Gladyshev articles all coming under attack, and being classified as "fringe nonsense", a mass effort was undertaken, by dozens of Wikipedians, to get Libb Thims “banned” from Wikipedia, resulting in multitudes of Wikipedia projects, arbitrations (7-pgs), evidence (13-pgs), workshops (36-pgs), noticeboards (20+ pgs?), case studies, and what not. The following, a Spanish Wikipedian, who is a physical chemist, and who understands at least some of basic content of which Thims had written, is a good synopsis of the resulting situation:
  • Comment: Sadi Carnot [Libb Thims] has been demonized to the point where one user is suggesting checking each one of his 8567 edits! I shouldn't need to remind people that witch-hunts invariably lead to inappropriate punishments being handed out. In this case, an indefinite block was issued without first performing a checkuser. Leaving aside the question of collateral blocks, surely if Sadi Carnot were as "dangerous" as some have hysterically pretended, a checkuser would be a useful piece of information... But no, the block was issued even though Sadi Carnot hadn't edited since the end of the AfD debate. An indefinite block, without warning, on a user who has been around for two years with a clean block record and 8537-edits to the encyclopedia! Do you see where paranoia gets us? — Psyschim62 (2007), Comment on banning Thims from Wikipedia, Oct-Nov

In short, AFTER Thims had left Wikipedia (4 Oct 2007), of his own "choice", a "witch hunt" had begun, during which Thims was "demonized", owing to a mass community based paranoia, seeded into the minds of people who known absolutely nothing about the subject, his user account, which had a a clean block record, and 8537-edits, over two-years was blocked "indefinitely", without even a single warning.

Theorists who write about people defined as “human molecules”, however, as history has shown, have had a tendency to be banned (from countries), imprisoned, or have their works put on the index of forbidden works. French philosopher Jean Sales, the person who coined the term “human molecule”, in fact was imprisoned, by the Chatelet, and later sentenced to perpetual banishment, from France, for writing, in his materialism advocating The Philosophy of Nature: a Treatise on Moral Human Nature, about people as “human molecules” formed from the "atoms" of the earth by a "great process".[41] The bright Voltaire, in 1777, to exemplify, even went to the prison and offered 500 pounds, or the equivalent of $16,000 USD (2020) (Ѻ), to get Sales released, but the dimwits of the courts were too paranoid about the implications of his human molecule based moral nature theory. The same was the case then, as it is now. Wikipedia, in short, is run by many dimwits, particularly when it comes to more controversial topics, so say the least.

Hmolpedia | WetPaint-based

2007 | Dec

The following are key development and or progress points in late 2007:

Date Summary
Dec 24
Edit version 26, at the end of the first day (24 Dec 2007), when Hmolpedia was first launched.
Thims launched Hmolpedia, using the wiki platform, originally made by Ben Elowitz to amass facts and date related to cancer research:

by penning three article: Sadi Carnot, human thermodynamics, and human chemistry. The wiki originally existed in the subdomain URL:

and was simply referred to as an "HT WetPaint wiki", as shown by the state of the main page at the end of Dec 24 (adjacent), or shortly thereafter "A Human Thermodynamics Wiki".


The following are key development and or progress points in 2008:

Date Summary
Mar 6
On 16 Dec 2007, Libb Thims met up with Georgi Gladyshev, while he was presenting at some anti-aging medical conference in Chicago, and while, over dinner, Thims was trying to explain, to a Russian-American female physician, one of Gladyshev's associates, who presented at the conference, the "gist" of his new Human Chemistry book, one of the core points of which being the new view that a person is a "molecule", gleaned the idea that a short introductory booklet, being summation of chapters 2 "The Human Molecule" and 5 "Molecular Evolution", of his Human Chemistry, Volume One (2007), on this topic might be helpful.[42]
Libb Thims published The Human Molecule, thereby providing a simplified, readable at age 15 level, booklet, WITHOUT equations, on the history of the idea that a person is a "molecule" or bound chemical state of atoms, and is a molecule with a definitive molecular formula or human molecular formula:

Sterner-Elser molecular formula | 2000

The Sterner-Esler human "empirical molecular formula", which shows the the simplest positive integer ratio of atoms present in compound or molecular species, is as follows:


This 22-element formula was eventually published in their 2002 Ecological Stoiciometry, where they give a periodic table, showing the elements believed common to the mass composition of bacteria.[43]

Thims molecular formula | 2002

The Thims human "empirical molecular formula", which shows the the simplest positive integer ratio of atoms present in compound, molecule, or chemical species, is as follows:


In comparing these two formulas, the Sterner-Elser empirical human molecular formula (2000) with the Thims empirical human molecular formula (2002), we note that four elements, namely: B (boron), Ni (nickle), Sn (tin) and and V (vanadium), as shown highlighted yellow above, the functions of which in humans as summarized in "elements table" (Thims, 2008), are not seen in the Sterner-Elser formula, whereas they are shown in the Thims formula.[44]

Mar 12 Thims bought the domain (see: thread), hosted at GoDaddy, and had it point to and mask over the previous subdomain ( URL.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2009:

Date Summary
Jan 2
A synopsis of Libb Thims 2 Jan 2009 email-turned-article outlining his view that life was a "defunct scientific theory".
Libb Thims, amid his ongoing debates with Georgi Gladyshev, a Russian physical chemistry, who believes that "living beings" emerged or evolved on on particular day in the past, Ted Erickson, an American chemical engineer and physicist, who believed that "life" arose at the Planck length scale, and DMR Sekhar, an Indian chemical engineer, who believed in some sort of anti-Charvaka philosophy, or "closet-god-as-free-will" Hinduism ideology of life vs non-life, vented his "life: a defunct scientific theory" email turned JHT article (see: defunct theory of life debate); in the decade to follow, abioism became the new view.[45]
Sep 2-19
A synopsis of the Moriarty-Thims debate, where in video Philip Moriarty, an physics professor, a host of the popular Sixty Symbols YouTube channel, posted a video about the symbol "S" of entropy, wherein he says that grouped students on a campus field have "low entropy", and that scattered students have a "high entropy", but when questioned about this, in the treads, by Libb Thims, argues that this is just an "analogy", and that in reality, in his view, a group of students in a field does not have an "entropy" associated with it.[46]
Originating on the YouTube talk pages, a 61-page, 15+ person, debated erupted (see: Moriarty-Thims debate), involving some of the biggest names in thermodynamics, e.g. Wolfgang Muschik, Robert Kenoun, Ingo Muller, John Schmitz, Jing Chen, Frank Lambert, Ted Erickson, on the Hmolpedia talk pages, following a video made by Irish physicist Philip Moriarty where he says, on video, that ordered students have "low entropy" and scattered students have "high entropy", but then recants all of this, in YouTube comments, says this is JUST an "analogy", and that in REALITY (Moriarty's conception of reality), arrangements of people, e.g. students congregating in a field, do NOT have an entropy associated with them:[46]
“Where did Gibbs say that ‘a society is one such material system’? He didn’t – that is Thims particular (incorrect) reading of the application of thermodynamics. When I talk about the 'entropy' of the students, it's **really** important to note that this is just an analogy. Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics are very abused concepts. An arrangement of the students *does NOT* have an associated thermodynamic entropy. Thims has taken the abuse of the term entropy to an entirely new level, however, by suggesting that it—and, unbelievably, quantum mechanics—can be applied to 'interactions' in romantic human relationships.”
— Philip Moriarty (2009), Post #

Basically, the debate revolved around a physicist's view of entropy (which is Boltzmann-Planck based; applicable ONLY to gas phase-like systems) and an engineer's view of entropy (which is Clausius-Gibbs based; applicable to ALL bodies of the universe). It was a debate anchored in deeply-ingrained ignorance, very ubiquitous in modern academia.

Sep 29 The 1,000th article (Richard Piccard) of Hmolpedia was completed.
Aug 7 The site had 50 members, 280+ visitors/day, 13,000+ page views per month.
Nov 12
On 12 Nov 2009, the John Doe style anagram "Libb Thims", derived from the name "Bill Smith", a name Thims had his AT&T apartment phone number changed to (c.1996), as a way to break it off with one of his girlfriend, which, in the 2000s became his draft "pen name", became his legal name.[47]
Libb Thims, irritated, in some sense, by some of the comments in "Moriarty-Thims debate" (Sep), legally-changed his former "Bill Smith" (c.1996) code name (listed as his AT&T home phone number), turned John Doe themed anagram-based "pen name" (2004), into his legal name.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2010:

Date Summary
Feb 15
On 15 Feb 2020, Libb Thims, while searching from people with an IQ of 225, discovered Christopher Hirata, who, at age 18, then a budding child prodigy (having been cited with an IQ of 225 at age 16) penned his “Thermochemical Approach to Relationships”, which he but posted as in a "fun" section of his Caltech faculty page.[48]
Thims, during his Thims 32 investigations, when key word searching for people with IQs of 225, discovered Christopher Hirata, and his 2000 "Thermochemical Approach to Relationships".[48] This moved Thims, upon seeing Hirata's use of the equilibrium reaction arrow "↔", towards thinking more about the "equilibrium", i.e. forward reaction and back reaction, view of human chemical reactions; namely from:

where A is Charlotte, B is Edward, and C is the Captain, of the first four chapters of Goethe's Elective Affinities, who gleaned this theory in 1796 (age 47), and who became the first human ever calculated to have an IQ of 225 (Merrill, 1926), to the following:

meaning that the reverse reaction, e.g. when Captain C stops chumming around with his old friend Edward B, during which time Edward reverts back to Charlotte A. Thims, in short began not just to think about the one-way reaction “dart” (→) model, introduced by William Cullen (1757), but also about the reversible reaction (Two way arrows image.png) model, introduced by Jacobus van’t Hoff (1884), as applied to bulk social system models of human chemical reactions.

Oct 16 Thims, with the possibility, ruminating in mind, that the entire wiki of Hmolpedia might crash or disappear, for whatever reason, made a draft cover (Ѻ) for a guesstimated: 5-volume print set of, then titled Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics, and printed a stapled-together sixteen-page test run, using the articles: Sadi Carnot, Rene Descartes, Ernst Haeckel, Hmol, Hmol science, Arthur Iberall, mechanistic school, Eugene Spektorsky, social physics, and soul snow.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2011:

Date Summary
Mar 28 Hit the 2,000-article mark.
Apr 3
The basic meaning of the name "Hmolpedia", from "Hmol" referring to a chemical "mol" of people, as theorized about between Georgi Gladyshev and Libb Thims in 2006, which replaced the former term "EoHT wiki", as the new name of the site, on 3 Apr 2011.
Thims, when the site was at the 2,030+ article level, renamed the site from "EoHT wiki" or "Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics Wiki" to Hmolpedia, pronounced "H-mole pedia"; or in full:
Hmolpedia: Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics, Human Chemistry, and Human Physics

to embrace the more encompassing perspective and corpus of articles the site currently contains, which had begun to cover and engulf the neighboring subjects of human chemistry and human physics, and also changed the site banner to the following:[49]

Sep 27 Finished organizing the main HT pioneers (450+), HMS pioneers page (120+), HC pioneers (50+), and HP pioneers (20+) into four separately grouped and ordered timeline-tables


The following are key development and or progress points in 2012:

Date Summary
Jan 31 Hit the "500+" mark on the HT pioneers timeline table (10-years of research went into this table).
May 7 Launched the Elective Affinities: Illustrated, Annotated, and Decoded online (to be turned book) project; the first complete book to be embedded, chapter-by-chapter, and hyperlinked into the structure of Hmolpedia (which is still an ongoing major project).[50]
Oct 23
The first six listed members (of 13) of the Journal of Human Thermodynamics (JHT) Review Board, who reviewed submitted articles, who participated in an "open peer-review" process, wherein the submitted article was made available as a PDF, and then group review took place on a wiki review page, set up for the article.
Thims formerly formed the Journal of Human Thermodynamics (JHT) review board, comprised of up to 13 members, listed within Hmolpedia, so to "officially" do open-peer review of submitted JHT articles.[51]
Nov 6 David Bossens published his Debates of the Hmolpedians, a summary of his experience on the discussion pages of Hmolpedia.

Hmolpedia | WikiFoundry-based


The following are key development and or progress points in 2013:

Date Summary
Jun 28
Thims in Romania, at dinner with Ion Siman and Gheorghe Savoiu, the two chiefs of thermodynamics-based socio-physics department, at the University of Pitesti.
Libb Thims, at dinner, in Pitesti, Romania (28 Jun 2013), with the two heads of the Romanian school of physical socioeconomics, Ion Siman and Gheorghe Savoiu, holding Thims 2008 The Human Molecule, Thims, holding Savoiu and Siman's 2012 Econophysics, wherein the state (§10.5):
“Why [is] sociophysics necessary in a modern university? [Because] entropy and syntropy realities prove that econophysics is virtually the most necessary science discipline in a modern university.”
— Gheorghe Savoiu and Ion Siman (2012), “Why Sociophysics is Necessary in a Modern University”

Which is one of the sentences that prompted Thims to go to Romania, so to study their university department.

Jul 20
WikiFoundry logo.png
The WetPaint platform was purchased by Travis Derouin, the former lead developer of WikiHow from 2004 to 2011, and re-named WikiFoundry.
Oct 19 Hit the 4,000th article (social physics school)!
Nov 29
The Mathematician in Love.png
Discovered William Rankine's "The Mathematician in Love", wherein he defines "love" as a thermodynamic potential, amenable to partial differential equation integration, and with respect to a time based evolutionary psychology formulation.[52]

2014 | Discovered Beg!

The following are key development and or progress points in 2014:

Date Summary
Jan 29 The work-in-progress Chemical Thermodynamics: with Applications in the Humanities, started sometime in late 2013, had reached the 86-page level.[53]
May 13 Discovered Mirza Beg, via key word Google search on term “physico-chemical sociology”.
Jun 13
On 23 Jun to 12 Sep 2014, Mirza Beg and Libb Thims began communicating (see: Beg-Thims dialogue), via Hmolpedia messaging, in some 189+ public thread dialogue interactions, over the course of two months, much of which revolved around theism-based vs atheism-based human chemical thermodynamics.[54]
The Beg-Thims dialogue, resulting in some 189 forum discussion posts, over the course of two months, ending on Sep 12, when Thims locked the thread, owing to the fact that the dialogue and side-railed and run amuck into religious quagmire.[54]
Sep 11 Thims launched the Atheism Reviews YouTube channel; a seeming precipitate of a combination of the Beg-Thims dialogue + the difficulties of trying to encapsulate the "religious conflict" section in the introduction of Chemical Thermodynamics: with Applications in the Humanities.[53]
Dec 29 Completed 3,500+ pages (online) + 2,194 pgs (print set) + 409 pgs (misc print); Atheism Reviews channel: 15+ videos; 26 subs | 2K views (85 v/s).


The following are key development and or progress points in 2015:

Date Summary
Aug 10
A screen shot of Libb Thims 10 Aug 2015 so-called Monday School (compare: Sunday School) "Atheism for Kids" lecture.
Recorded and gave the "Zerotheism for Kids" (Atheism for Kids) lecture, wherein big bang cosmology was taught, instead of Noah's Ark mythology.[4]
Sep 7 Published the final edited Zerotheism for Kids lecture (renamed "Atheism for Kids), in 14-parts, on the Atheism Reviews YoutTube channel.[55]
Sep 30
A photo of Thims' then 1,300+ book personal library, aka the "hard drive of Hmolpedia", contained in 39 banana boxes and 6 egg boxes; next to one of Thims' 10 snake book shelves (of his own design).
Following residence relocation, Thims took of photo (Ѻ) of the circa 1,300 book library, aka the "hard drive of Hmolpedia", as contained in: 39 banana boxes and 6 egg boxes (filled with books); photo showing one of 10 snake book shelves [of Thims' own design], holding said Hmolpedia hard drive.

Blackout | Oct 7

The following are events that occurred following the event of Thims "blacking out", amid a pressurized situation wherein (a) he had given his "atheism for kids" lecture, editing it, and uploading it, (b) was in the middle of doing an online-to-print transition of Hmolpedia as a 10-volume print set encyclopedia (as back up in case all online material should crash), and (c) had been informed that the had a month to move out of the place he was residing at, because the owners has sold the house:

Date Summary
Oct 7
A mock photo of what it was like for Thims to go from, running at at 7.8 mph on a 15% treadmill, amid a 3-mile run, to coming to 3-hours later in a hospital, a memory similar to the Jacob's Ladder film (1990) hospital scene.
Thims', owing to increase "pressure" of: (a) attempting get Hmolpedia converted to a Word file, (b) finish editing the 14-part "Atheism for Kids" YouTube lecture, and (c) having to find a new place to reside (within a condensed period of three-weeks), blacked out for three hours (waking up later in the Hospital), while treadmill running, owing to what the doctor's classified as a heart arrhythmia problem.

This occurred after not running for about a weak owing to relocation, then ran one mile on the X-Sport Gym treadmill at 7.8 mph and 15% incline, slowed for inclined walk break, then went for second mile, and then completely blacked out (collapsed on treadmill). On the third day in the hospital the doctors suggested that Thims undergo an "ablation" procedure, which he did.

Nov 15 Thims, when the site was at the 3,940+ article level, added (see: edit version 1730) the “A to Z” term to the site homepage, referring to the wiki collection of articles as follows:
Hmolpedia: an A to Z Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics, Human Chemistry, and Human Physics

This was done in theme to Pierre Perrot’s 1998 A to Z of Thermodynamics, a thermodynamics dictionary entitled originally entitled Dictionnare de thermodynamique (1994) in the French edition, which was inspirationally thematic to how Thims had originally envisioned and attempted to write each Hmolpedia article, often citing each new article, when applicable, to Perrot’s thermodynamics encyclopedia-like dictionary booklet (1998).[56]


The following are key development and or progress points in 2016:

Date Summary
Jan 5 FINISHED transfer of online content of Hmolpedia (treads aside) into Word file, in preparation for multi-volume print set, amounting to: 7,255-pages (A-Z articles) + 1,368-pages (Misc content) + 319-pages (EA:IAD), or 8,942-pages (total), which amounts to 3,494,877-words, all done, ironically, to explain how a four-symbol equation (ΔG < 0) applies, in detail, to the humanities.
Jan 5 Completed the 4,000th article (Diagoras).
Jan 12 The bulk saved Word files were formatted into 11 printable Word files (Ѻ), and a test copy of volume one was ordered (see: photo; adjacent).
Mar 16
Left: Perrot's 1998 A to Z of Thermodynamics, an inspiration behind the A to Z article style idea of Hmolpedia (center). Right: A Mar 2016 screenshot for a YouTube summary of the newly-published 10-volume print set of Hmolpedia, then at the 4,050+ wiki page level.
Thims, at 9:05 AM CST, 10-volumes, totaling 6,496-pages printed, comprising 3,494,877-words, all done, ironically, to explain how a four-symbol equation ‘ ΔG < 0 ’ applies, in detail, to the humanities, was published and made available for sale, via
Apr 25
Thims conceived the "two birds with one stone" idea that part of the proceeds from, a smart package-mailbox company, designed to prevent package theft and to provide electronic notification when packages arrive, models of which he had built and were operational on his front porch since 2011, will go towards the establishment, in America (e.g. Princeton) or Europe (e.g. Oxford), of the world's first Nightingale Chair of Social Physics, at yet to be named university, similar to the way the Rockefeller Foundation, in the 1950s, funded the Princeton Social Physics Project, or the way Ernst Solvay, from 1894 to 1910, using proceeds from his Solvay process (1861) invention, funded global social energetics conferences and education and, in France, established the Institute of Social Sciences.[57]
The home page logo for
Libb Thims launched, with the “curly d” symbol , for partial differential equations, first introduced in 1770 by Marquis de Condorcet; then adopted in 1786 by Adrien-Marie Legendre; then adopted in 1841 by Carl Jacobi, at which point it became the standard. symbol, shown at right (image), employed as a site footnote to the following image and funding note:[23]
∂. A percentage of proceeds are earmarked for the establishment of the world's first Chair of Physico-Chemical Sociology, first proposed in 1874 by Florence Nightingale, at Oxford University, for which she raised over a $100K in support; first water tested by John Q. Stewart at Princeton University from 1939 to 1955, with $160K annual funding from the Rockefeller Foundation; so to bring about a long-sought two cultures synergy between the humanities and the sciences.

In the following two years, units began to be sold in Chicago, and throughout the US and Canada, and on Amazon.

Jun 28
Libb Thims and Jurgen Mimkes (2018) in Washington, DC.
Libb Thims, in Washington, DC, interviewed Jurgen Mimkes, about the origin of his University of Paderborn chemical thermodynamics based department of physico-chemical socio-economics.[58]


The following are key development and or progress points in 2017:

Date Summary
Apr 10 The 4,400th article (Siger of Brabant) was reached.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2018:

Date Summary
Feb 7 Hacking vandalism incident (Ѻ), resulting in 100s of pages being missing (in online version), which took some months to restore; after which the permission settings of Hmolpedia were changed to “anyone can edit” pages to only those approved to be “writers” (see: Hmolpedia writers) can edit pages.


The following are key development and or progress points in 2019:

Date Summary
Jun 5 The 5,000th article (William Middleton) was reached!
Sep 15-Sep 19
A photo of Mirza Beg, the nearest equivalent to Goethe, and Libb Thims, on the day of their first meeting (15 Sep 2019) in Karachi Pakistan, Beg holding volume one of Hmolpedia, Volume One (2016), and reading the article on him, Thims holding Beg's New Dimensions in Sociology: a Physico-chemical Approach to Human Behavior (1987).
Libb Thims went to Karachi, Pakistan, to conduct 4-day interview (first day being meet and greet) of Mirza Beg and his 1987 New Dimensions in Sociology, resulting in 30+ hours of video-recorded interview dialogue.[59]
Sep 20
A picture of Libb Thims and Brian Willcox (Ѻ), seated on a park bench, during a tour of Windsor Castle, amid a full tour of the main sights of London, while Thims and Willcox discussed MailCubes / BrizeBox business developments.

Libb Thims met up with Brian Willcox [21], in London, maker of, the then second-best "package-to-unit ratio" (PUR) [60] delivery box design in the world, behind Thims' prototype "9O1 model" (e.g. MC 9O1: 23.9 PUR, BB L: 20.8 PUR, BB XL: 18.3 PUR, etc.) to discuss / business developments.

2020 | Pandemic

The following are key development and or progress points in 2020:

Virus hits Chicago | Mar 16

Virus / WikiFoundry End
Mar 16
On 16 Mar 2020, Covid-19 arrived in Chicago, during which point the entire state shut down, and Libb Thims spent the next 3+ months, at home, focused on making progress on his Human Chemical Thermodynamics manuscript.
The Covid virus effectively arrived in Chicago, and the governor of Illinois shut down all bars and restaurants, and shortly thereafter all non-essential businesses, at which point Thims went into a 3-month stay-at-home position, wherein he began to “focus” on the Human Chemical Thermodynamics (HCT) manuscript.[61]


The following are details that followed in the wake the virus hitting Chicago:

Virus / WikiFoundry End
Apr 1
A few selections from the 45-video "Beg playlist" on YouTube.[59]
Thims finished uploading and editing the playlist collection of the 4-day interview of Mirza Beg, from 16 to 19 Sep 2019 (note: Sep 15 was an informal "meet and greet", where no video was recorded), about his 1987 New Dimensions in Sociology: a Physico-Chemical Approach to Human Behavior, in Karachi, Pakistan, in 48 video parts, totaling 22-hours (1,297-min) of educational viewing time.[59]
Apr 18 Thims, when the HCT manuscript (printed) has reached 127-pages, uploaded an impromptu 5-part "Human Chemical Thermodynamics | 25-Years / 100-Pages" video.[62]

Going out of business | Apr 19

The following are key events starting on 19 Apr 2020:

Virus / WikiFoundry End
Apr 19
A 31 Oct 2020 search return (something commonly seen throughout 2019, if not before), indicative of a site with structural problems.

At 4;09AM CST, Thims emailed Travis Derouin to query him about the mobile version being down, that ads were back on the site (which was supposed to be ad-free), and that Thims would need the site to be operational for demo purposes for the upcoming Thermodynamics 2.0 conference; the following was Derouin's reply:

“WikiFoundry is on the brink of going out of business.”
Travis Derouin (2020), “Email to Libb Thims”, 7:41AM CST Apr 19

Derouin elaborated that the wiki is not breaking even, and that he is short on time, with a new child and new job, and put ads back onto the site (a previous ad-free educational wiki) to see if he could make the site sustainable.

2020 ACM (65 AE) | Apr 25

The following details events on or after 25 Apr 2020:

New BE/AE Dating System
Apr 25
Thims, at 10:30 PM CST, conceived the "before elements" / "after elements" (BE/AE), aka the "Anno Elementum" or "Atomic Era" dating system, originally for dating the title page of his HCT manuscript; but shortly thereafter employed and water tested in Hmolpedia existography dates..
Apr 30 Derouin commented to Thims: “confident that with some changes that we can make the platform work for another year. Worst cases cenario, if we have to shut down, I will provide at least 3 months lead time and do what I can to help transition you to another platform”.
May 9
A 16 May 2020 cover of HCT.
Thims had printed a bound 215-page hard-copy of his Human Chemical Thermodynamics manuscript, which was finished up through the Watt chapter, therein covering up through the first 27 main engine pioneers, accordingly being the best and most thorough "history of thermodynamics", up through 1796, ever written.[61] In Thims’ mind, the first-two months of the virus, was the best thing that had happened to him, at least in the at least the last decade. It was equivalent, in his mind, to the so-called “genius hiatus effect” phenomenon; thinking in particular, of how in Aug 1665, Newton was “forced” to leave Cambridge University, owing to a temporary closing as a precaution against the “great plague”, during which time he returned to private studies in his home in Woolsthorpe (Ѻ), where he did his most famous experiments on light, optics, and supposedly say an apple fall from a tree, and thereafter derive the law of universal gravitation.[63]
May 20 Derouin emailed Thims that he would take ads off the site per $25/mo; other issues: the site image servers; mobile version was not operational; the animation part of the gif images was no longer working (e.g. on the animate things page); the site search box had been down for several years; etc.
Aug 30 Libb Thims made his "last new" article (Hermann Lotze) at the WikiFoundry version of Hmolpedia.

Hmolpedia | MediaWiki-based

2020 ACM (65 AE) | Sep

The following are key development and or progress points in Jan-Aug 2020:

MediaWiki: Start (Sep)
Date Summary
Sep 1
A2 Hosting.png
Libb Thims began to migrate the 5,376 extant Hmolpedia articles (as of Aug 2020) of the hosted, GoDaddy URL masked, to new a new MediaWiki platform, under a NEW URL (site name: Hmolpedia), hosted on A2hosting, with server access and MediaWiki admin details run by Thims. Originally, Thims has envisioned that he could migrate all the previous articles into MediaWiki pages, in this new URL, and have the former URL point to or mask over the new URL.
Sep 4
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Libb Thims began to employ the consulting services of, to help with some of the details, such as 5,376 article migration, and coding changes, e.g. MediaWiki version update, extension editions, URL main page and folder name, etc., that Thims couldn’t figure out on his own; Ike Hecht (Ѻ), of WikiWorks assigned Nischay Nahata to be the main developer consultant for Hmolpedia.  
Sep 12
Hmolpedia (split).jpg
Thims, having finished transferring the URL from GoDaddy to A2Hosting, and having realized that it might be wise to place the previous 5,376 Wetpaint-WikiFoundry penned articles into a second wiki, to become and archived version of the site (like the WikiSource version of Britannica 1911), used the URL to start a second MediaWiki, naming the site "Hmolpedia 2020" (URL:; posting a Reddit note on this wiki split.
Sep 21
Hmolpedia Forum.png
The pbpBB Hmolpedia forum was established (pictured adjacency); as replacement for the former WikiFoundry discussion "threads" (which is likely to shut down soon).
Sep 30 Thims started a MediaWiki:Site improvements page to keep track of coding and extension progress and needs.
Oct 3 74 articles (stub / migrates and or new) had been penned at the MediaWiki (new main site) and the MediaWiki (was set up, but still did not have the 5,376 article migrated into it).
Late Oct
In late Oct 2020, Libb Thims, after realizing that the iPhone version of Google Translate had been upgraded to the point that by holding a phone over a section of text (or page of book), it would render the text-into-English, bought the latest iPad version, and built a plexiglass table (similar to the above), and began reading, for the first time (page-by-page), Leon Winiarski's Essay on Social Mechanics (1989) and Mehdi Bezargan's Thermodynamics of Humans (1956), prior to which he had only been able translate partially; the latter of which spending years trying to pay various Iranian engineers to translated for him.
Libb Thims, after realizing that the latest version smart phone app of Google Translate, can translate via camera, text pages into visual English (on a phone), purchased the latest iPad and began to read, in crude English, Leon Winiarski's 1898 Essay on Social Mechanics (French → English), and Mehdi Bazargan's 1956 Thermodynamics of Humans (Farsi → English), one many famous HT-related translations he had attempted, albeit, only in part, over the years.[64]

In respect to the Bazargan translation, Thims had previously tried to pay several Iranian engineers to translate it, e.g. Robert Kenoun, Fardin Khalili, and Reza Hashermain, among others (who wish to remain anonymous), to no success, and even had an Iranian girlfriend reside with him, for over a year, who refused to translate it. Only the first dozen or so pages, of each, have been read; but so far it has been VERY informative, such as the following, newly-learned:

I know what entropy is in thermodynamics, but I don't know what Winiarski’s ‘social entropy’ is, and I do not succeed in any understanding to know what he means by this?”
Vilfredo Pareto (1900), “Letters to Dalla Volta”, Nov 8; cited by Giovanni Busino (1967) in Essay on Social Mechanics (§:Preface, pgs. xiv-xv)

Here, we see, at long last, why Pareto, in his personal communications, called Winiarski "ignorant", and why Pareto was so active in attempts to block Winiarski from getting a professorship post at the University of Geneva, even thought Pareto was the one who signed off on Winiarski's PhD! It all had to do with Pareto's own ignorance about entropy.

Nov 29 189 articles started (see: longest pages); and the former "top 1000 geniuses", which is sort of a reference ordering backbone for many of the scholars cited in Hmolpedia, was re-named "top 2000 geniuses and minds", and split into ten main articles, candidates, and existive page, totaling: 989 names (see count).
Dec 19
Hmolpedia (educational cards).png
Thims ordered 250 Hmolpedia "educational cards" (adjacent) and made a Moonlight Sonata video, based on the card animation.

66 AE | 2021 ACM

The following are key development and or progress points in the year 66 AE (2021 ACM):

Date Summary
20 Jan Iranian chemical engineer Foad Aghamiri confirmed with Libb Thims that he will do the first Farsi-to-English translation of Mehdi Bazargan's 1956 The Thermodynamics of Humans.


  1. Hmolpedia (print set) (subdomain) - Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. Progress report (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  3. Thims, Libb. (2017). Smart Atheism for Kids (pdf) (§14: Right and Wrong, pgs. 241). Publisher.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Zerotheism for kids (subdomain) (2015) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  5. This, to note, is similar to Russian cosmonaut Gherman Titov, who in 1961, then aged 26, upon his return from space, then being the second Soviet astronaut to orbit the earth, let it be known that "he hadn't seen god".
  6. 6.0 6.1 Drive-thru paradox (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  7. Thims, Libb. (2003). “Top 24 Seduction Techniques: Used by Men and Women”, HT polls.
  8. Porter, Darwin. (2005). Howard Hughes: Hell’s Angel (pg. 60). Blood Moon.
  9. Edwards, Tryon. (1902). A Dictionary of Thoughts: a Cyclopedia of Laconic Quotations from the Best Authors, Both Ancient and Modern (pg. 642). Publisher.
  10. Faustian – Hmolpedia 2020.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Thims thought experiment (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Goethe love thought experiment (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Buss study (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 Libb Thims (history) (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  15. 15.0 15.1 Beckhap’s law proof (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  16. Thims, Libb. (2005). “Q17: From whence did the impetus behind the development of HT stem?”, FAQ section,
  17. Human free energy table (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  18. 18.0 18.1 (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  19. Beckhap’s law (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  20. Note: There are many issues, to note, with this proof, one being that the second assumption, that of entropy, using the disorder model of entropy, in human reactions, being inversely proportional to intelligence (mental order), is derived from gas theory, particularly the Boltzmann chaos assumption, in which particles are assumed to have non-correlative velocities, which is not the case with human molecules.
  21. 21.0 21.1 Brian Willcox (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  22. Libb Thims (books read) (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  23. 23.0 23.1 MailCubes (about) –
  24. Transition state – HT glossary.
  25. (a) Hwang, David. (2001). “The Thermodynamics of Love” (WB) (pdf), Journal of Hybrid Vigor, Issue 1, Emory University.
    (b) Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry (Volume One) (Hwang diagram, pg. 116). Morrisville, NC: LuLu.
    (c) Thims, Libb. (2015). “Zerotheism for Kids” (Lecture: Part Two), Aug 10.
  26. 26.0 26.1 JHT role model –
  27. 27.0 27.1 User:Sadi Carnot (contributions) – Wikipedia.
  28. Articles for deletion/Human thermodynamics 2 – Wikipedia.
  29. HT Glossary –
  30. Thims, Libb. (2005). “On the Nature of the Human Chemical Bond” (Ѻ) (unfinished), Journal of Human Thermodynamics, 1(5):36-61.
  31. 31.0 31.1 Journal of Human Thermodynamics (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  32. Journal of Human Thermodynamics –
  33. Thermodynamic Lens (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  34. Footnote 2.5 (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  35. Goethe affinity table (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Genius and exercise (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  37. (a)Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry, Volume One. LuLu. (b) Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry, Volume Two. LuLu.
  38. 38.0 38.1 Articles for deletion/Human chemistry – Wikipedia.
  39. Articles for deletion/Georgi Gladyshev – Wikipedia.
  40. Administrator’s noticeboard/Incidents/Sadi-Carnot – Wikipedia.
  41. Human molecule (banned) (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  42. Gladyshev and Thims (contributions) – Wikipedia.
  43. Sterner, Robert and Elser, James. (2002). Ecological Stoichiometry: the Biology of Elements from Molecules to the Biosphere (human molecule, empirical formula pg. 3; discussion, pgs. 47, 135). Princeton University Press.
  44. Thims, Libb. (2008). The Human Molecule (elements table, pgs. 52-56). LuLu.
  45. (a) Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry (Volume One) (life: difficulties on term, pgs. 130-31). Morrisville, NC: LuLu. (b) Thims, Libb. (2009). “Letter: Life a Defunct Scientific Theory” (pdf), Journal of Human Thermodynamics, 5:20-21.
  46. 46.0 46.1 Moriarty-Thims debate (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  47. Libb Thims (etymology) (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  48. 48.0 48.1 (a) Hirata, Christopher M. (c.2000). “The Physics of Relationships” (§:Fun) (abs) (WB),; (WayBack Machine).
    (b) Hirata, Christopher M. (2010). "The Physics of Relationships" (pdf), Journal of Human Thermodynamics, 6(5): 62-76.
  49. Hmolpedia (etymology) - (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.)
  50. Elective Affinities: Illustrated, Annotated, and Decoded (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  51. JHT review board – Hmolpedia 2020.
  52. The Mathematician in Love (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  53. 53.0 53.1 Thims, Libb. (2014-15/16). Chemical Thermodynamics: with Applications in the Humanities (85-page version) (pdf). Publisher.
  54. 54.0 54.1 Beg-Thims dialogue (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  55. Thims, Libb. (2017). “Playlist: Atheism for Kids” (co-host Thor Williamson), Atheism Reviews, YouTube, Oct 13.
  56. (a) Perrot, Pierre. (1998). A to Z of Thermodynamics. Oxford University Press.
    (b) Perrot, Pierre. (1994). Dictionnaire de Thermodynamique. Publisher.
  57. Mailcubes (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  58. Mimkes playlist (2016) – Human Chemistry 101, YouTube.
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 Beg Interview playlist (playlist) (2019) – YouTube.
  60. Package-to-unit ratio (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  61. 61.0 61.1 Thims, Libb. (2020). Human Chemical Thermodynamics — Chemical Thermodynamics Applied to the Humanities: Meaning, Morality, Purpose; Sociology, Economics, Ecology; History, Philosophy, Government, Anthropology, Politics, Business, Jurisprudence; Religion, Relationships, Warfare, and Love (pdf). Publisher.
  62. Thims, Libb. (2020). “Human Chemical Thermodynamics | 25-years / 100-pages”, Human Chemistry 101, Apr 18.
  63. Genius hiatus effect (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  64. Famous publications (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.

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