Hmolpedia: an A to Z Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics, Human Chemistry, and Human Physics, is a pedia, or simplified 5,380+ article compendium, of information related to the study of people (or humans), or reactive "mols", i.e. hmols, of humans, from a physico-chemical point of view, namely the advanced perspective view of the universal first law and second law of thermodynamics; as the top 1000 geniuses tend to see things.
Hmolpedia, retrospectively, can be viewed as the knowledge center of what Pitirim Sorokin (1928) classified as the “mechanistic school” of contemporary sociology; what Lawrence Henderson made via his the Harvard Pareto circle (1932-42); what have been generally classified as the 90+ “two cultures namesakes”; or human chemical thermodynamics in focal site objective apex.
The atom favicon is thematic to the view that a person is a powered bound state of 26-elements, a collection of "thinking" or "tormented" atoms, as Voltaire (1755) phrased things; a "powered" animate thing in modern terms. The Hmolpedia logo, shown upper left, is thematic to the knowledge that a human, as a powered CHNOPS+20E existive, is governed by the operations of inexact heat differentials and exact Gibbs energy differentials, in short.
In Sep 2020, Hmolpedia, in the form of 5,376 extant articles, penned via the WikiFoundry/WetPaint wiki platform (2007 to 2020), via the EoHT.info URL, was split into two wikis, hosted on a new MediaWiki platform, as follows, namely Hmolpedia (split into):
- → EoHT.info (Hmolpedia 2020 | Archive)
- → Hmolpedia.com (Hmolpedia New | this wiki)
In short, an archived version (EoHT.info) (5,376 articles), and this new edition (Hmolpedia.com) version, of newly-written articles, made via citation to the archived articles; this is a work-in-progress migration (see: progress report).
Forum | Discussion
The previous discussion forums (threads; archived threads), of the previous wiki platform, have migrated to the various article "discussion" pages of this wiki, for specific topic discussion, and a newly-launched phpBB based Hmolpedia forum, for general discussion.