Abioism: No Thing is Alive
In 2005, Thims, via the website HumanThermodynamics.com, published an online "molecular evolution table", showing "form" change, hydrogen to human, each row defined by a new extra-element molecular formula and species.
In 2007, Thims published the §5 chapter "Molecular Evolution", in his two-volume Human Chemistry, wherein the then scientific "standard model" of aspartic acid (C4H7O4N) being "not alive", but RNA (C10H12O6N5P) being "alive", and coenzyme A (C21H36O16N7P3S) being "more alive", was classified as "backwards clearly ridiculous logic". A decade of "defunct theory of life debates" erupted to follow.
In 2015, Thims coined the term "abioism".
On 21 Sep 66AE (2021AD), Thims took the following photo, showing the first author review copy of Abioism, below volume one of Thims' Human Chemistry, illustrating how it took 14-years to go from a 2007 "Molecular Evolution" chapter to a 66AE Abioism book:
In short, it took fourteen years to go from four-words: "backwards clearly ridiculous logic" to a 200+ page book elaboration on these four words. The hand calculator shown, a Texas Instruments model TI-85, the same calculator used by Thims as he calculated his way through a BS in chemical engineering and a BS in electrical engineering in the 1990s, at the University of Michigan, finishing in the top 8% of his class (calculated with the same TI-85), is what Thims presently uses to re-date all of the 1,400+ existographies of Hmolpedia into the new Anno Elementum dating system years.
The book gives a summary of the defunct theory of life debate, historically, Jean Fernel (1548) to Michael Brooks (2008), and modern debate, through the coining of the term "abioism" (Thims, 2015) up to the video interview dialogue between Thims and Arshad Beg (2019), in Pakistan, on the question of "life start point", in respect to the physico-chemical view of things.
This summary includes focus on life terminology reform, centered around the "abioism glossary", and a general conceptual upgrade for the mind, in respect to the new "post life/nonlife" view of the movement of things, in respect to "matter and motion" theory.
Title page | Date
The following is a 21 Sep 66AE (2021AD) pre-publication screenshot of the title page of Abioism, showing a publication date of 11 Oct 66AE:
This will be the second English book, since John Stewart's Moral Motion, dated by Stewart, following his travels to China, as published in the year 5000 Retrospective Knowledge (RK), to employ a non-Dionysian calendar dating system.
The following are related quotes:
- “On 11 Oct 66 AE, at the 66th anniversary of the day humans first saw atoms, I will publish Abioism: No Thing is Alive, on the Defunct Theory of Life, and Life Does Not Exist, the first book with its title page dated with the new secular-scientific Anno Elementum (BE/AE) dating system, wherein I will show how the numbers 111 and 666, of the solar magic square, yield the number ‘282’, the isopsephy value of the Greek word βιος (Bios), and the diameter of the circle with a circumference of 888 [8-hours and 88-min PM (9:28PM)], which is the isopsephy value of the Greek word Ιησους (Jesus), and hence a myth and magic based number; therein explaining how humans are not alive, because atoms are not alive, per reason that the word ‘alive’ etymologically derives from the ‘vis of Venus’, the Latin rescript of the Greek 282 myth, which itself is of Egyptian religio-mythology origin, namely the rescript of the ankh of Hathor model, which itself is based on an older pre-dynastic astro-theology motif of the sun, conceptually, being reborn after passing through the Milky Way.”
- — Libb Thims (66AE), “mental thought”, arisen during short nap, after 2-mile run, Aug 19
- Note: about 50% of the redates, Thims does in his head.
- Thims, Libb. (66AE). Abioism: No Thing is Alive, Life Does Not Exist, Terminology Reform, and Concept Upgrade (pdf). Publisher.