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The top 20 names in Hmolpedia, based on TL rankings (Feb 2021).

In hmolscience, TL people, as compared to TL terms, refers to total links connected to a given "person" among articles in Hmolpedia.

Overview

The following is the ranking the top 170+ "names", each the article of each name internally-hyperlinked 50+ times, showing total link count (TL:#) divided between Hmolpedia 2020 (5,387-articles) links (CR:#)[1] and new Hmolpedia edition links (LH:#) :

# Person IQ TL CR LH Eponyms
Johann Goethe
(206-123 BE)
(1749-1832 ACM)
(IQ:210|#1) 2,190 942 21 Goethe (TR:1221) (LH:6) (TL:1227)
Goethean
Goetheanist
Goetheanism
Goethean philosophy
Goethean revolution
Goethean science (Ѻ)
Goethendipity
Goethe and chemistry
Goethe on free will
Goethe on god
Goethe on good and evil
Goethe on love
Goethe on purpose
Goethe on religion
Goethe on the soul
Goethe’s daimonic
Goethe genealogy
Goethe meets Napoleon
Goethe timeline
Goethe's advertisement
Goethe's affinity table
Goethe's collected works
Goethe's human chemistry
Goethe (pronunciation)
Goethe (quotes)
Goethe-Helmholtz equation
Isaac Newton
(312-228 BE)
(1643-1727 ACM)
(IQ:205|#2) 888 633 7 Newton (TR:246) (LH:2) (TL:248)
Newtonian
Newtonian mechanics
Newtonian government
Newtonian sociology
Newtonianism
Another Newton
Newton’s law of cooling
Newton in Senegal
Newton on god
Newton on religion
Newton on the soul
Social Newton
Willard Gibbs
(116-52 BE)
(1839-1903 ACM)
(IQ:205|#5) 877 660 18 Gibbs (TR:191) (LH:8) (TL:199)
Gibbsian
Gibbsian thermodynamics
Gibbsian reductionism
Gibbsian school
Gibbsianism
Gibbs collected works
Gibbs energy
Gibbs energy flow
Gibbs energy of attraction
Gibbs energy of repulsion
Gibbs entropy
Gibbs equation
Gibbs free energy
Gibbs free energy change
Gibbs fundamental equation
Gibbs governor
Gibbs landscape
Gibbs stamp
Gibbs tombstone
Gibbs and Goethe
Gibbs-Clausius equations
Rudolf Clausius
(133-67 BE)
(1822-1888 ACM)
(IQ:200|#7) 860 704 19 Clausius (CR:129) (LH:8) (TL:137)
Clausius entropy
Clausius inequality
Clausius postulate
Clausius tombstone
Albert Einstein
(76 BE-0 AE)
(1879-1955 ACM)
(IQ:205|#3) 768 553 8 Einstein (TR:206) (LH:1) (TL:207)
Einstein on free will
Einstein on god
Einstein on good and evil
Einstein on love
Einstein on purpose
Einstein on religion
Einstein on the soul
Einstein postulate
Einstein-Pascal dialogue
Einstein’s personal library
Aristotle
(2339-2277 BE)
(384-322 BCM)
(IQ:200|#6) 573 568 5 Aristotelian
Aristotle on the soul
Aristotle's citation ranking
Aristotle-Mpemba effect
Charles Darwin
(146-73 BE)
(1809-1882 ACM)
(IQ:180|#105) 525 336 3 Darwin (TR:185) (LH:1) (TL:186)
Darwinian
Darwinian revolution
Darwinism
Darwin on god
Darwin on religion
Darwin on higher and lower
Darwin-Lotka energy law
James Maxwell
(124-76 BE)
(1831-1879 ACM)
(IQ:205|#4) 498 460 10 Maxwell (TR:25) (LH:3) (TL:28)
Maxwellian
Maxwellian revolution
Maxwell on god
Maxwell on religion
Maxwell on the soul
Maxwell’s demon
Maxwell’s equations
Maxwell’s relations
Maxwell’s thermodynamic surface
Maxwell’s surface (construction)
Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution
Henry Adams
(117-37 BE)
(1838-1918 ACM)
(IQ:195|#19) 480 456 13 Adams (TR:11) (LH:#) (TL:#)
Adamsian
Adams creed
Adams family tree
Adams memorial
Adams on god
Gilbert Lewis
(80-9 BE)
(1875-1946 ACM)
(IQ:195|#12) 453 410 14 Lewis (CR:23) (LH:4) (TL:27)
Lewis dot structure
Lewis chemical bond (Ѻ)
Lewis cubic atoms (Ѻ)
Lewis inequality
Lewis inequality for natural processes
Lewis inequality for unnatural processes
Lewis school of thermodynamics
Sadi Carnot
(159-123 BE)
(1796-1832 ACM)
(IQ:190|#25) 441 428 10 Carnot (TL:3)
Carnotian
Carnotian revolution
Carnot cycle
Carnot engine
Carnot function
Carnot’s principle
Carnot’s theorem
Ilya Prigogine
(38 BE-48 AE)
(1917-2003 ACM)
(IQ:170|#433) 420 415 4 Prigogine (TL:1)
Prigoginean
Prigoginean thermodynamics
Prigogine entropy
Prigogine Medal
Prigogine on god
Prigogine school
Prigogine-Waime theory
Prigogine's disciples
William Thomson
(131-48 BE)
(1824-1907 ACM)
(IQ:185|#52) 403 390 10 Thomson (TL:3)
Thomson’s search for Carnot’s Reflections
Thomson on religion
Hermann Helmholtz
(134-61 BE)
(1821-1894 ACM)
(IQ:200|#10) 394 369 3 Helmholtz (TR:22) (LH:#) (TL:#)
Helmholtz free energy
Helmholtz school
Rene Descartes
(339-305 BE)
(1596-1650 ACM)
(IQ:195|#13) 358 355 2 Descartes (TL:1)
Cartesian
Cartesian automaton
Cartesian system
Cartesian economics
Cartesian reductionism
Descartes on the soul
Epicurus
(2296-2225 BE)
(341-270 BCM)
(IQ:185|#49) 368 363 5 Epicurian
Epicurean swerve
Epicurean atheism
Epicureanism (Ѻ)
Friedrich Nietzsche
(111-55 BE)
(1844-1900 ACM)
(IQ:190|#29) 336 329 7 Nietzsche (TL:#)
Nietzschean
Nietzschean atheism
Ludwig Boltzmann
(111-49 BE)
(1844-1906 ACM)
(IQ:190|#28) 324 318 4 Boltzmann (TL:2)
Boltzmann brain problem
Boltzmann chaos assumption
Boltzmann constant
Boltzmann entropy
Boltzmann formula
Boltzmann order-disorder principle
Boltzmann tombstone
Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution
Voltaire
(261-177 BE)
(1694-1778 BCM)
(IQ:195|#16) 323 315 8 Voltairian (Ѻ)
Voltaire on religion
Galileo
(319-313 BE)
(1564-1642 ACM)
(IQ:200|#9) 308 150 1 Galileo Galilei (CR:157)
Galilean reference frame
Galileo engine
Sigmund Freud
(99-16 BE)
(1856-1939 ACM)
(IQ:185|#70) 306 301 4 Freud (TL:1)
Freudian
Freudian psychodynamics
Freudian atheism
Freudianism
Freud on god
Freud on religion
Freud-Schiller drive theory
Plato
(2378-2303 BE)
(c.423-348 BCM)
(IQ:180|#97) 301 Platonism (Ѻ)
Plato's cave
Wilhelm Ostwald
(102-23 BE)
(1853-1932 ACM)
(IQ:190|#38) 298 Ostwald (TL:#)
Ostwald happiness formula
Ostwald on the soul
Vilfredo Pareto
(107-32 BE)
(1848-1923 ACM)
(IQ:190|#20) 296 282 13 Pareto (TL:1)
Partetian
Harvard Paretians
Harvard Pareto circle
Pareto principle
Pareto school
Pareto social pyramid
Democritus
(2415-2325 BE)
(c.460-370 BCM)
(IQ:190|#36) 296 291 5 Democritean
Empedocles
(2450-2390 BE)
(495-435 BCM)
(IQ:190|#24) 288 Empedoclean

Empedocleanism
Goethe + Empedocles

Lucretius
(2054-2010 BE)
(99-55 BCM)
(IQ:180|#86) 285 Lucretian
Gottfried Leibniz
(309-239 BE)
(1646-1716 ACM)
(IQ:190|#24) 284 280 2 Leibniz (LH:2)
Leibnizian
Baron Holbach
(232-166 BE)
(1723-1789 ACM)
(IQ:190|#31) 274 268 8 Holbach (TL:#)
Holbachian
Holbach's geometrician
Holbach’s school
Arthur Schopenhauer
(167-95 BE)
(1788-1860 ACM)
(IQ:185|#59) 259 Schopenhauer (TL:#)
Schopenhauerian [4]
Schopenhauerian atheism
Schopenhauer’s porcupines
Max Planck
(97-8 BE)
(1858-1947 ACM)
(IQ:190|#42) 254 Planck (TL:#)
Planck constant
Planck length
Planck on religion
Lawrence Henderson
(1878-1942)
256 251 5 Henderson (TL:#)
Hendersonian
Hendersonianism
Erwin Schrodinger
(86 BE-6 AE)
(1887-1961 ACM)
(IQ:190|#26) 339 229 7 Schrodinger (TL:3)
Schrodinger equation
Schrodinger’s cat
Thomas Jefferson
(1743-1826)
236 Jefferson (TL:#)
Georgi Gladyshev
(19- BE)
(1936- ACM)
225 215 9 Gladyshev (TL:1)
Gladyshev and Thims
Torbern Bergman
(220-171 BE)
(1735-1784 ACM)
(IQ:180|#159) 221 210 10 Bergman (TL:1)
Bergman's chemical signs explained
Bergman's affinity table
Bergman's reaction diagrams
John Neumann
(52 BE-2 AE)
(1903-1957 ACM)
(IQ:190|#40) 221 Neumann (TL:#)
Neumann automaton theory
Neumann on god
Neumann-Shannon anecdote
Neumann notation
Leucippus
(2455-2405 BE)
(c.500-450 BCM)
(IQ:180|#124) 214 Leucippean
Immanuel Kant
(231-151 BE)
(1724-1804 ACM)
(IQ:185|#75) 217 Kant (TL:#)
Kantian
Kantianism
Richard Dawkins
(1941-)
210 Dawkings (TL:#)
Dawkins number
Dawkins scale
Mirza Beg
(23- BE)
(1932- ACM)
216 204 14 Beg (TL:#)
Beg analysis
Beg-Thims dialogue
Leonardo Vinci
(503-436 BE)
(1452-1519 ACM)
(IQ:200|#6) 203 193 6 Vinci (TL:4)
Vinci engine
Vinci on religion
Karl Marx
(1818-1883)
207 Marx (TL:#)
Marxism
Marxist
Pierre Laplace
(206-128 BE)
(1749-1827 ACM)
206 203 3 Laplace (TL:#)
Laplace’s demon
Napoleon Laplace anecdote
Cicero
(106-43 BCM)
204
Benedict Spinoza
(323-278 BE)
(1632-1677 ACM)
203 198 3 Spinoza (TL:1)

Spinoza's god
Spinozan

Otto Guericke
(353-269 BE)
(1602-1686 ACM)
(IQ:190|#37) 195 192 3 Guericke (TL:#)
Guericke engine
Claude Shannon
(39 BE-46 AE)
(1916-2001 ACM)
194 183 7 Shannon (TL:4)
Neumann-Shannon anecdote
Shannon bandwagon
Shannon entropy
Shannon information
Alfred Lotka
(75-6 BE)
(1880-1949 ACM)
192 181 10 Lotka (TL:1)
Lotkean (Dobler, 1997) (Ѻ)
Lotkian (Adams, 1988) (Ѻ)
Lotkean Jabberwocky
Darwin-Lotka energy law
William Shakespeare
(1564-1616)
192
Christopher Hirata
(27- AE)
(1982- ACM)
190 184 6
Leon Winiarski
(90-40 BE)
(1865-1915 ACM)
181 176 5 Winiarski (TL:#)
Robert Boyle
(328-264 BE)
(1627-1691 ACM)
181 178 3 Boyle (TL:#)
Boyle-Charles law
Boyle’s law
Thomas Hobbes
(1588-1679)
180 Hobbes (TL:#)
Hobbesian
Hobbist
Antoine Lavoisier
(1743-1794)
179 171 5 Lavoisier (TL:4)
Frederick Rossini
(1899-1990)
176 Rossini (TL:#)
Rossini debate
Rossini hypothesis
Bertrand Russell
(83 BE-15 AE)
(1872-1970 ACM)
174 173 1 Russell (TL:#)
Russellian
William Sidis
(57-11 BE)
(1898-1944 ACM)
174 168 6 Sidis syndrome (Ѻ)
Napoleon Bonaparte
(186-134 BE)
(1769-1821 ACM)
167 163 4 Napoleon Laplace anecdote
Philip Moriarty
(1968-)
160 Moriarty-Thims debate
Werner Heisenberg
(54 BE-21 AE)
(1901-1976 ACM)
157 150 5 Heisenberg (TL:2)
Heisenberg's uncertainty relation
Heisenberg-Pauli dialogue
Francis Bacon
(1561-1626)
154 Bacon (TL:#)
Baconian
Baconian method (Ѻ)
Nicolaus Copernicus
(1473-1543)
153 Copernicus (TL:#)
Copernican system
Copernican revolution
Nikola Tesla
(1856-1943)
153 Tesla (TL:#)
Pierre Teilhard
(1881-1955
153 Teilhard (TL:#)
Teilhardian (Ѻ)
Denis Diderot (1713-1784) 151 Diderot (TL:#)
Stephen Hawking
(13 BE-63 AE)
(1942-2018 ACM)
152 144 8 Hawking (TL:#)
Hawking on god
Hawking radiation
Friedrich Schiller
(1759-1805)
149 Schiller (TL:#)
Heraclitus
(2490-2405 BE)
(c.535-450 BCM)
145 132 13 Heraclitean (Ѻ)
Heraclitus vs Parmenides
Ernst Haeckel
(121-36 BE)
(1834-1919 ACM)
143 133 6 Haeckel (LH:4)
Paul Dirac
(53 BE-29 AE)
(1902-1984 ACM)
140 137 3 Dirac dancing anecdote
Dirac on religion
Paul Samuelson
(1915-2009)
140
Robert Hooke
(1635-1703)
139 Hooke (TL:#)
Hooke principle
Hooke’s law
Charles Sherrington
(98-3 BE)
(1857-1952 ACM)
138 130 5 Sherrington (TL:3)
Walther Nernst
(1864-1941 BE)
(91-14 ACM)
136 128 2 Nernst (LH:6)
Ludwig Buchner
(1824-1899)
135
Jurgen Mimkes
(1939-)
132
Nicholas Roegen
(1906-1994)
132 129 3 Roegen (TL:#)
Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen (CR:117)
Pitirim Sorokin
(1889-1968)
131 129 3 Sorokin (TL:#)
John Stewart
(1894-1972)
Stewart (TL:#)
John Q. Stewart (CR:128)
Socrates
(469-399BC)
127
Parmenides
(510-450BC)
126 Parmenidean (Ѻ)
Heraclitus vs Parmenides
Francis Crick
(39-BE-49 AE)
(1916-2004 ACM)
123 108 11 Crick (TL:4)
James Joule
(1818-1889)
123 Joule (TL:#)
Joule’s first law
Joule’s second law
Joule on religion
James Watt
(1736-1819)
122 Watt (TL:#)
watt (unit)
Watt governor
Pythagoras
(2525-2445 BE)
(c.570-490 BCM)
121 119 3
Christiaan Huygens
(1629-1695)
121 Huygens (TL:#)
Huygens engine
Giordano Bruno
(1548-1600)
121
Richard Feynman
(37 BE-33 AE)
(1918-1988 ACM)
(IQ:185|#48) 120 106 12 Feynman (TL:2)
Feynman problem solving algorithm
Feynman time capsule wisdom
Feynman on religion
Feynman on god
Michael Faraday
(1791-1867)
120
Plutarch
(c.46-120AD)
119
Blaise Pascal
(1623-1662)
117 Pascal (TL:#)
Pascal atmospheric pressure experiment
Pascal's wager
Einstein-Pascal dialogue
Percy Shelley
(163-133 BE)
(1792-1822 ACM)
113 100 12 Shelley (TL:1)
Shelleyan [2]
Catherine Cox
(65 BE-39 AE)
(1890-1994 ACM)
110 104 6 Cox IQ
CPBT IQ
William Rankine
(1820-1872)
107 Rankine (TL:#)
Thomas Paine (218-146 BE) (1737-1809 ACM) 111 105 6
Johannes Kepler
(1571-1630)
111 Kepler (TL:#)
Auguste Comte
(1798-1857)
110 Comte (TL:#)
Comtean
Comtean reductionism
John Mill
(1806-1873)
108 Mill (TL:#)
Henry Carey
(162-76 BE)
(1793-1879 ACM)
107 106 1 Carey (TL:#)
Niels Bohr
(70 BE-7 AE)
(1885-1962 ACM)
106 100 6 Bohr model
Thomas Young
(1773-1829)
106
Gerald Massey
(127-48 BE)
(1828-1907 ACM)
105 Massey (TL:#)
Pierre Gassendi
(1592-1655)
104
Leonhard Euler
(1707-1783)
103 Euler (TL:#)
Euler genealogy
Euler reciprocity relation
Stuart Kauffman
(1939-)
102
Norbert Wiener
(1894-1964)
99
Denis Papin
(1647-1712)
99 Papin (TL:#)
Papin digester
Papin engine
Lewis Terman

(78 BE-1 AE)

(1877-1956 ACM)

96 93 3 Cox-Terman-Merrill IQ scale

Termanites

Thales
(c.624-546 BCM)
95 Thalesian
Arthur Eddington
(1882-1944)
95
Herman Boerhaave
(1668-1738)
94 Boerhaave (TL:#)
Hooke-Boerhaave law
Boerhaave's law
David Hume
(1711-1776)
94 Hume (TL:#)
Robert Mayer
(1814-1878)
94
Herbert Spencer
(1820-1903)
93 Spencerian dilemma
Jean Sales
(1741-1816)
90
Linus Pauling
(1901-1994)
90
Mehdi Bazargan
(48 BE-40 AE)
(1907-1995 ACM)
87 80 7 Bazargan (TL:#)
Percy Bridgman
(1882-1961)
86 Bridgman (TL:#)
Bridgman formulas
Bridgman paradox
Herodotus
(484-425 BCM)
85
Balfour Stewart
(1828-1887)
84
Thomas Wallace
(1935-)
84
Dorothy Murdock(5-60 AE)

(1960-2015 ACM)

83 81 2
Georg Hegel
(1770-1831)
83 Hegel (TL:#)
Hegelianism
Etienne Geoffroy
(283-224 AE)
(1672-1731 ACM)
82 78 4 Geoffroy affinity table
Edward Guggenheim
(1901–1970)
82 Guggenheim (TL:#)
Carl Jung
(1875-1961)
82 Jungian psychodynamics
Morris Zucker
(1892-c.1972)
82
Jacobus Hoff
(1852-1911)
81 Hoff (TL:#)
Van't Hoff equilibrium box
Van't Hoff school
Sam Harris
(12- AE)
(1967- ACM)
80 74 6 Harrisian atheism

Harrisianism

Henri Poincare
(1854-1912)
79 Pioncare (TL:#)
Poincare recurrence theorem
Ingo Muller
(1937-)
78
Gary Greenberg
(1943-)
78
Joseph Black
(1728-1799)
77
Paracelsus
(1493-1541)
76 Paracelsian (Ѻ)
William Cullen
(245-165 BE)
(1710-1790 ACM)
(IQ:175|#267) 78 75 3 Cullen reaction diagrams
Wolfgang Pauli
(55 BE-3 AE)
(1900-1958 ACM)
72 68 4 Pauli exclusion principle
John Locke
(1632-1704)
72
Edwin Wilson
(1879-1964)
72
Henri Bergson
(1858-1941)
71 Bergsonism
Leon Walras
(1834-1910)
71 Walrasian
Philip Mirowski
(1951-)
70
Werner Stark
(1909-1985)
70
Christopher Hitchens (6 BE-56 AE) (1949-2011 ACM) 69 67 2
Frederick Soddy
(1877-1956)
68
Enrico Fermi
(1901-1954)
66 Fermion
James Madison
(1751-1836)
66
Fritz Lipmann
(1899-1986)
64
Fritz Haber
(87-21 BE)
(1868-1934 ACM)
68 62 8 Haber (TL:#)
Haber process
Isaac Asimov
(35 BE-23 AE)
(1920-1992 ACM)
(IQ:170|#365) 68 63 5
George Scott
(1921-2002)
64
Adolphe Quetelet
(1796-1874)
64
Harold Blum
(56 BE-25 AE)
(1899-1980 ACM)
63 56 5 Blum (TL:2)
Hero
(c.10-70AD)
63
Thomas Edison
(1847-1931)
63 Edison on the soul
William Hamilton
(1805-1865)
62 Hamiltonian
William Fairburn
(1876-1947)
61
Charles Show
(1905-1980)
60 Snowed
Robert Pirsig
(27 BE-62 AE)
(1928-2017 ACM)
(IQ:165|#548) 60 4 Pirsig paradox
Niccolo Machiavelli
(486-428 BE)
(1469-1527 ACM)
57 Machiavellianism
Mary Shelley (158-104 BE) (1797-1851 ACM) 59 56 3
Charles Montesquieu
(1689-1755)
58 Montesquieu (TL:#)
David Buss
(1953-)
57 Buss study
Ettore Majorana
(1906-1938)
56
Henry Chatelier
(1850-1936)
55 Chatelier (TL:#)
Henry Le Chatelier (CR:55)
Chatelier principle
Homer
(c.850-750BC)
55
Irving Fisher
(1867-1947)
55
Jean Sartre
(1905-1980)
54 Sartre (TL:#)
Jean-Paul Sartre (CR:52)
Francis Galton
(1822-1911)
53
Ptolemy
(1855-1785 BE)
(c.100-170 ACM)
(IQ:175|#200) 52 Ptolemaic system
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
(1821-1881)
52 Dostoyevsky (TL:#)
Dostoyevsky dilemma
Richard Adams
(1924-2018)
52
Hesiod
(2705-2605 BE)
(c.750-650 BCM)
51 43 8 Hesiod creation myth
Anaxagoras
(2455-2383 BE)
(500-428 BCM)
(IQ:80|#131) 51
Lester Ward
(1841-1913)
50
George Lundberg
(1895-1966)
50
John Adams
(1735-1826)
50
Henry Bray
(1846-1922)
50

Sub 50 | Notables

The following are individuals who have fewer than 50 links to their article, but are of note, for some reason:

# Person IQ TL CR LH Eponyms
Erich Muller
(1963-)
49 Muller stability ratio
Hesiod
(c.750-650BC)
43
Arthur Iberall
(1918-2002)
40

Discussion

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References

  1. Citation ranking (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. Shelleyan – Wikipedia.

External links

  • CR – Hmolpedia 2020.
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