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In addition, the overall shape of this molecule is spatially-characterized by a human molecular orbital.  Whereby, the human molecular orbital is defined as the 90% probability region in space where-to-find the components (p, n, e, γ) of the human molecule at any mathematically-predicable time over the substrate surface called ‘earth’ as determined via the Schrodinger equation.  Second, as based on this definition HT analyzes why certain subatomic particles, atoms, or molecules DESIRE to be with other certain subatomic particles, atoms, or molecules.  Third, through this process of attainment of this DESIRE is heat [Q], i.e. ‘energy in transit’, released or absorbed and why?

In human life, a human molecular chemical reaction occurs when old bonds are broken and new bonds are formed.  Energy is released into the universe if the new bonds are stronger than the old bonds.  Conversely, energy is absorbed from the universe if the new bonds are weaker than the old bonds. 

The type of bond inherent within human ‘bonded’ relationships is the photon bond otherwise known as the electromagnetic force, which operates, either directly or indirectly, via the exchange of field particles called photons [γ] culminating to cause either repulsive or attractive movements of the human molecule’s behavior.  Statistically, stable human marriage bonds are characterized by a 5-to-1 ration of attraction to repulsion; above this ration divorce ensues—i.e. the di-humanide molecule [MxFy] de-bonds [Mx --- Fy].

The reaction central to human life is the process whereby the reactants ‘dating pair’ go through what’s called a transition state such to form the bonded structure ‘family’ wherein the products ‘child’ and ‘married couple’ result.  In this reaction, a male human molecule [Mx] collides, in time, to bond with a female human molecule [Fy] yielding a di-humanide molecule [MxFy] and a newly-formed baby/child-molecule [Bc].  Statistically, 85% of people will enter into and be ‘transformed’ through the following chemical reaction:

Mx + Fy --> MxFy + Bc

To predict whether or not any prospective ‘potential’ relationship is going to hold, i.e. work [W], the Gibbs free energy equation is used:

∆G = ∆H – T∆S

It measures the balance between the two central driving forces in human life:

a. The DESIRE to bond ‘physically’ to another; i.e. ‘enthalpically’ [∆H]
b. The DESIRE to bond ‘neurologically’ to another; i.e. ‘entropically’ [∆S]

When the change in the Gibbs free energy [∆G] for the measured reaction is large and negative in value the reaction will proceed spontaneously.  When the change in the Gibbs free energy [∆G] for the measured reaction is large and positive in value the reaction will not proceed spontaneously.  When the change in the Gibbs free energy [∆G] for the measured reaction is zero or small in magnitude the reaction will only weakly occur (or will not occur) or as it is in many cases the couple, i.e. di-humanide molecule, will tend to break-up and re-form many times over in a cyclical manner. 

This is only one aspect of HT.  The principles of HT, as founded on the laws of thermodynamics, can be used to intelligently study all aspects of human endeavor.   


Source: www.wikipedia.com
Date: 05/25/05
Author: Libb Thims
Institute of Human Thermodynamics
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Human Thermodynamics


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Human Thermodynamics [HT] is the study of energy transformations in human life.  It is a coalition of:

1. Particle Physics – the science of subatomic ‘behaviors’
2. Physical Chemistry – the science of molecular ‘behaviors’
3. Evolutionary Psychology – the science of human-mating ‘behaviors’
4. Thermodynamics – the science of energy transformations

In this direction, HT defines each human to be a 26-element molecule:

CE28HE28NE27OE27PE25SE25CaE25KE24ClE24NaE24MgE24SeE24FeE23CoE23 CuE23FE23IE23ZnE22SiE22MnE20BE20CrE20VE20SnE19MoE18NiE16