In terms, abioism glossary (LH:6) is an A to Z glossary of so-called "science grammar correct" (Pearson, 1925) terms, each redefined according to a physical or physico-chemically neutral (PCN) point of view, which can be used to replace the now defunct terminology related to all life-terms and or bio-phrases terms, words, and concepts.
- “If these terms: ‘unit-mass of living matter’, ‘resultant of organic forces’, ‘continuity of organic substance’, etc., biologists have adopted from physics, are used figuratively, we ought to find them re-defined.”
Historically, it was Karl Pearson, in his §9.1: The Relation of Biology to Physics, of his Grammar of Science (1892), sample quote shown above, followed by Alfred Lotka, in his §1: Regarding Definitions, of his Elements of Physical Biology (1925), who first pressed upon the need to use precise unambiguous terminology, when using physics and chemistry based terms, when discussing movements and phenomena and reactions inside and or between organisms, plants, animals, humans, or societies. Lotka specifically tells us that our current system of so-called "biological nomenclature" has been handed down to us from Genesis, which is pretty correct, and hence is in need of a grand overhaul, physico-chemically speaking.
|#||Defunct||Physico-Chemically Neutral (PCN)||Person||Date|
|888/π thing||Heat-powered CHNOPS+ thing||Thims||2021|
|Alive (feel)||Working like mad||Vincent Gogh||1885 (c.)|
|Alive||Matter that goes||Erwin Schrodinger||1943|
|Animal life||Will-animated organized matter||William Thomson||1852|
|Biochemistry||Study of powered CHNOPS systems||Henry Swan||1974|
|Biochemistry||Study of crawling carbon compounds||Mike Adams||1995 (c.)|
|Biochemistry||Animate chemistry||Reza Ghadiri||1998|
|Biochemistry||Powered chnopsological chemistry||Thims||2021|
|Biogenic elements||CHNOPS elements||NAS||1998|
|Biological thermodynamics||Chnopsological thermodynamics||Thims||2012|
|Biological thermodynamics||Thermodynamics of powered chnopsology||Thims||2015|
|Biological thermodynamics||Thermodynamical study of powered chnopsological things.||Thims||2019|
|Biologist||Physico-chemical organismist||Thims||2021 (66AE)|
|Biology||Liquid physico-chemistry||Stephane Leduc||1910|
|Biosphere||External energy-supplied CHNOPS matrix terrestrial region||Henry Swan||1974|
|Birth||Aggregation or joining of atoms||Leucippus||460BC|
|Birth||Combination or joining of elements||Empedocles||445BC|
|Carbon-based life||Carbon-based biped||Arthur Clarke||1980 (c.)|
|Dead||Stop moving||Baby Rani||2011|
|Dead||No reaction existence||Thims||2012|
|Dead force||Potential energy||William Rankine||1853|
|Death||Disaggregation of atoms||Leucippus||460BC|
|Death||Separation of elements||Empedocles||445BC|
|Death||Dissolution of organized matter||John Stewart||1794|
|Death||Molecular dissolution||Johannes Barandun||1910|
|Die||Cease to exist||Thomas Jefferson||1775|
|Earth-based life forms||CHNOPS organisms||Harold Morowitz||1968|
|Extraterrestrial life||Extraterrestrial; extraterrestrial being||Carl Sagan||1973|
|Extraterrestrial life||Extraterrestrial intelligence||Carl Sagan||1973|
|Human life||External sense-stimulated moving powered automaton||Nikola Tesla||1900|
|Kill you||End you||Matt Damon||1997|
|Killed himself (herself)||Checked out||Douglas Stewart||1982|
|Life||Will to power||Friedrich Nietzsche||1883|
|Life||Motion resulting from force-born action||Nikola Tesla||1915|
|Life||Atomic and molecular motion form||Howard Lovecraft||1916|
|Life||Faculty of reaction||Rene Lubicz||1949|
|Life||Animate matter||Alfred Ubbelohde||1954|
|Life||Energy organization||Arthur Clarke||1958|
|Life||Animate molecule [?]||Thims||2007|
|Life||Animate bound state reactive existence||Thims||2007|
|Life||Chemical reaction||Jonathan Dowling||2013|
|Life||Animate chnops-ological matter||Thims||2013|
|Life drive||Energy in motion||Teresa Brennan||2004|
|Life force||Gravito-electromagnetic force||Thims||2003 (c.)|
|Life force||Electromagnetic force + gravitational force||Thims||2015 (c.)|
|Life sciences||Powered chnopsological sciences||Thims||2021|
|Life thermodynamics||Animate thermodynamics||Sture Nordholm||1997|
|Short-lived||Short residence time||Thims||2021|
|Living||CHNOPS+ multi-element energy and heat driven dynamic atomic structure||Kalyan Annamalai||2011|
|Living being||Affinity-mediated CHON beings||Henry Clark||1865|
|Living being||Geared engine worked by the universe||Nikola Tesla||1915|
|Living force||Kinetic energy||William Thomson||1862|
|Living matter||Animate matter||John Stewart||1789|
|Living matter||CHNOPS-based matter||Thims||2015 (c.)|
|Living organism||Energy transformer||Alfred Lotka||1925|
|Living perspective||CHNOPS perspective||Paul Keddy||2007|
|Living substance||CHNOPS+ system||Frank Thone||1936|
|Living system||Chnopsological system||Thims||2015 (c.)|
|Living thing||Animate thing||Alexander Gordon||1664|
|Living thing||Animate thing||Gilbert Lewis||1925|
|Organic life||CHON + circumstances||Henry Clark||1865|
|Plant life||Green fire||Vladimir Vernadsky||1926|
|Protoplasm||CHNOPS entity||Edwin Hill||1900|
In 2008 or 2009, during the start of the "biothermodynamics" article, of Hmolpedia 2020, the archived 9 Dec 2009 version is shown below, is generally when abioism glossary began to form, specifically with respect to the inability to define "bio" thermodynamically:
In 2010, during the construction of the Goethe timeline, the standard existence divisions of a person, namely: "birth", "life", and "death", were upgraded to the physicochemical neutral terms: reaction start, reaction existence, and reaction end, shown bolded above, done as show of respect to Goethe, the first person to actually question these terms, when looked at from the chemical reaction point of view. These were the first three PCN-terms introduced into Hmolpedia.
On 23 Dec 2012, Libb Thims, in the wake of the defunct theory of life debate, started the "life terminology upgrades" page, wherein he began to list historically-employed physico-chemically neutral term-equivalent replacements. Some of these are listed on the "life terminology reform" page.
- Pearson, Karl. (1892). Grammar of Science (§9.1: The Relation of Biology to Physics, pgs. 328-31, re-defined, pgs. 305, 330). Adam, 1900.
- Thims, Libb. (66AE). Abioism: No Thing is Alive, Life Does Not Exist, Terminology Reform, and Concept Upgrade (pdf) (§:Abioism Glossary, pgs. xv-xxii; §§:Glossary origin, pg. xvii-xviii). Publisher.
- Full quote: "matter that goes on ‘doing’ something, moving, exchanging material with its environment, and so forth, and that for a much longer period than we would expect an inanimate piece of matter to ‘keep going’ under similar circumstances".
- Muller-Urey experiment (7 Jul 2014) – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Biological thermodynamics (24 Sep 2015) – Hmolpedia 2020.
- Employed: in Stephane Leduc.
- Rani, Baby. (2011). “The 1st Law of Thermodynamics” (editor: Lamar Stonecypher) (txt), BrightHubEngineering.com, May 31.
- Character: Zack Mayo (Richard Gere), in An Officer and a Gentleman (1982), explaining how his mother took a bottle of pills one day, without leaving a note, and just "checked out".
- Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry, Volume One (eB) (pdf) (life = animate molecule?, pg 123). LuLu.
- Note: the Karl Pearson (1892) use of "goes or lives" (Huxley, 1880), in his Grammar of Science (pg. 329), a citation of the Huxley quote, with discussion.
- Annamalai, Kalyan. (2011). Advanced Thermodynamics Engineering (co-authors: Ishwar K. Puri, Milind A. Jog) (§14: Thermodynamics and Biological Systems, pgs. 709-99, contributed by Kalyan Annamalai and Carlos Silva; §14.4.1: Human body | Formulae, pgs. 726-27; Thims, ref. 88, pg. 803). CRC Press.
- Biothermodynamics (WB) (9 Dec 2009) – Hmolpedia 2020.