|A few example of the “equation overlay method”, namely the placement of scientific notation, symbols, equations, chemical formulas, etc., above a given human phenomenon, in aims to visually capture the science of underlying the phenomena. Left: a circa 2004 draft cover for Libb Thims’ Human Thermodynamics, Volume One manuscript. Center: the 2008 Time article "Why We Love?"  Right: A chemical symbol overlay depiction of an strong A≡B type human chemical bond actuating between two people (human molecules) newly in love during war times.|
● A top equation (name: maybe from electromagnetics?)
● Electromagnetic (or magnetic) field lines, over the head of Butler: indicative of some type of orbital theory?
● An atom (or atomic theory) symbol: possibly aiming to depict a type of atomic-mental bond?
● A chemical formula (2D formula for testosterone: the principle male sex hormone) overlaid on Butler
● A bottom equation (name: some type of kinetic energy formula?)
|Mark Janes, the author of this overlay, wants to understand topics such as depression, free will, human occupation, good and evil, etc., in terms of chemistry and thermodynamics (add caption).|