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[10] Grobner, M. (2005). Course Lectures: Human Physiology (Fall Semester). California State University.

[17] Nystrom, E. (2005). The Chemistry of Love. (Bioscience Explained, Vol. 2., No. 2.) Department of Endocrinology, Sahigrenska Academy at Goteborg University, Sweden. [] [URL]

[19] Gladyshev, G. (1997). Thermodynamic Theory on the Evolution of Living Beings. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
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Human Thermodynamic Terms

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Law of Temporal Hierarchies
Life: biochemical reactions [10].

Love: a word used to describe attraction between two individuals, to describe the physical sexual act between two individuals, to describe  the bond between the mother and father and their child, or to describe  the bonds between members of a family or closed society [17].
SEE: Top 150 Definitions of "Love" [URL] - 2004
SEE: (poll) Is "Love" a Chemical Reaction? [URL] - 2005
SEE: (article) "The Thermodynamics of Love" by David Hwang, Journal of Hybrid Vigor [URL] - 2004
Thermodynamically, the non-platonic variety of such is a time varying stabilizing bonded dihumanide molecular ‘state’, evolving towards efficiency, characterized by substantial overall energy release, and descriptively operating or functioning mechanistically through the process known as an exergonic human molecular chemical reaction.
Law of Temporal Hierarchies: any living system of any temporal hierarchical level in a normal state has a thermostat - a surrounding medium that is characterized by slightly changing average values of thermodynamic parameter. [19].