Thimsian

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In mononyms, Thimsian (LH:2), from th- meaning "energy of sun", + "Thims", reverse anagram of "Smith"[1], meaning "anon", + -ian meaning "related to", refers to the work of Libb Thims (17- AE), American electrochemical engineer.

Quotes

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“In the world of Real Genius (1985) (Ѻ), it goes from god to Jerry to Kent to the cleaners; in the ‘real world’ (2015) (Ѻ), defined by Rossini (1972)[2], it goes from Dirac to Thims to [proteges] to cleaner public minds.”
— Libb Thims (2015), an “it goes from god to …” mental note wakeup summarization of the seeming conclusion that there will always exist a sort of science-to-faith gradient, whether it be of the Egyptian science to polytheistic Imhotepism (2585BC) to local preachers to public gradient variety; or modern particle physics and chemical thermodynamics modern science to extreme atheistic (Ѻ) Thimsianism (2011) to local evangelistic atheist preachers to public gradient; or, likewise, invariably future gradients that will exist in the millennia to come, as science progresses, 9:43AM CST Jul 8[3]

See also

References

  1. Thims (etymology) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. Rossini, Frederick D. (1971). “Chemical Thermodynamics in the Real World” (abs) (pdf), Priestley Medal Address, delivered Mar 29 at the national American Chemical Society meeting, Los Angeles, California; in: Chemical Engineering News, April 5, 49 (14): 50-53.
  3. Libb Thims (personal notes) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  4. Goethean revolution – Hmolpedia 2020.
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