Human chemical thermodynamics

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The Dec 2020 cover of Libb Thims' Human Chemical Thermodynamics manuscript, then at 200+-page level.

In thermodynamics, human chemical thermodynamics (TR:247) (LH:28) (TL:294), acronym: HCT (TL:19), is the chemical thermodynamic study of people, individually, as bound state molecular species, or in reactive mass, according to the formation energy state of existence point of view, e.g. when humans are put into contact with other humans, and the principles of Newton's "Query 31" are put into action.[1]

Overview

In 1995, Libb Thims, while studying chemical engineering thermodynamics, at the University of Michigan, envisioned the entire subject of chemical thermodynamics applied to reactions between people, with focus on mate selection, the "choice" of love, and the mechanism of the entire operation; a name for this vision, however, was not yet in the works.

In 2007, Thims, in his two-volume Human Chemistry, coined the term "human chemical thermodynamics" as follows:

“The theory of human chemical bonding, aside from human chemical thermodynamics, is one of the more difficult topics to write on in a rigorous form.”
— Libb Thims (2007), Human Chemistry, Volume One (pg. viii)[2]

In 2013, a draft textbook on Human Chemical Thermodynamics (see: title development) initiated.

In 2020, drafted the HCT manuscript past the 200-page level, from first principles up through the Watt chapter.

Forerunners | Precursors

The following, shown in ranked order, are forerunners, precursors, prototypes, or molds to HCT, some semblance of historical progression of which can be seen among the "matter and motion" philosophers; those shown highlighted are foundational publications, and Holbach and Goethe are the masters:[3]

# Name Year Person A Belief
System of Nature: Laws of the Moral and Physical World 1770 Holbach 47 Atheism
Elective Affinities: On the Nature of the Choice of Our Elective Attractions 1809 Goethe 60 Naturalism
Will to Power: a Revaluation of all Values (1,067 note fragments) 1888 Nietzsche 45 Atheism
New Dimensions in Sociology: a Physico-Chemical Approach to Human Behavior 1987 Beg 55 Theism
On the Nature of Things: Atoms and Void 60BC Lucretius 44 Atheism
Thermodynamics of Humans: Love and Worship 1956 Bazargan 49 Theism
On Nature and Purifications: Four Elements and Two Forces (400 of 2000 lines extant) 445BC Empedocles 50 Atheism
Heat Death and the Phoenix: Entropy, Order, and the Future of Man 1975 Dolloff 68 Atheism
"Chemical Thermodynamics in the Real World" 1971 Rossini 72 Theism
Testament 1729 Meslier 65 Atheism
Physics of Relationships: Thermo-Chemical Approach to Relationships; Complex Equilibria of Men and Women; Reaction Kinetics 2000 Hirata 18 Theism?
Force and Matter: Principles of the Natural Order of the Universe, with a System of Morality Based Thereon 1855 Buchner 31 Atheism
“The Thermodynamics of Love” 2001 Hwang 22 ?
"The Fundamentals of Thermodynamics Applied to Socioeconomics" 2009 Wallace 74 Naturalism

End matter

See also

References

  1. Thims, Libb. (66AE). Human Chemical Thermodynamics: Chemical Thermodynamics of People (§:) (pdf). Publisher.
  2. Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry, Volume One (pg. viii). LuLu.
  3. Thims, Libb. (66AE). “Comment” to: “Interview with Alan Kors: 250th Anniversary of Holbach’s System of Nature” (YT), Torch, Nov 26.

Works

  • Thims, Libb. (66AE). Human Chemical Thermodynamics: On the Formation Energies of Social Bounds States (§:) (pdf). Publisher.

Videos

  • Thims, Libb. (2020). “Human Chemical Thermodynamics: 100+ page level” (YT), Human Chemistry 101, Apr 18.

External links