In human thermodynamics, human statistical thermodynamics, as compared to human chemical thermodynamics, is the study of human reaction existence processes via statistical thermodynamics. A common approach in this mode of logic is to assume the "human particle" perspective, in which people are modeled as either atoms or particles. 
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