Human molecule

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A "human molecule", i.e. a human defined as a "molecule", or bound state of 26 atoms, the average human molecular formula for this molecule, shown below.

In hmolscience, human molecule (TR:989) (LH:14) (TL:1003|#23) is the term used, in hmolscience, for a human defined and or conceptualized as as powered-molecule, animate "atomic geometry", or chemical species, depending on term usage, with a characteristic 26-element molecular formula (see: human molecular formula), according to modern mass composition analysis.


The following are related quotes:

“We conclude that there exists a principle of the human body which comes from the great process wherein so many millions of atoms of the earth become many millions of human molecules.”
Jean Sales (1789), Philosophy of Nature, Volume Four (pg. 281) [1]
Human thermodynamics is the statistical mechanics of conservative dynamical systems of human molecules.”
Charles G. Darwin (1952), The Next Million Years (truncated quote, pgs. 21-22) [2]

End matter


  1. Sales, Jean. (1798). De la Philosophie de la Nature: ou Traité de morale pour le genre humain, tiré de la philosophie et fondé sur la nature (The Philosophy of Nature: Treatise on Human Moral Nature, from Philosophy and Nature), Volume 4 (molécules humaines, pg. 281). Publisher.
  2. Darwin, Charles G. (1952). The Next Million Years (human molecules, pgs. 21-22). Rupert Hart-Davis.

Further reading

  • Thims, Libb. (2008). The Human Molecule (GB) (Iss) (eB) (pdf). LuLu.
  • 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.
  • Haghi, A.K. (2018). Methodologies and Applications for Analytical and Physical Chemistry (co-authors: Sabu Thomas, Sukanchan Palit, Priyanka Main) (Thims “human molecular” periodic table of element, pg. #). CRC.

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