human molecular system
A boundaried system of seven human molecules (people), two of which are shown connected via a human chemical bond.
In hmolscience, human molecules, akin to the similar term "human chemicals", i.e. two or more "human chemicals" (people), is the plural of the term "human molecule" (one person); meaning more than one human molecule; a set or collection of multiple people—each person defined as a "molecule".

See also
Dihumanide molecule
Human Molecules (chapter)

Further reading
● Nelson, Alan. (1992). “Human Molecules”, in: Post-Popperian Methodology of Economics, ch. 3, pgs. 113-33) by Neil De Marchi. Kluwer Academic Press.
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