|Disciplines||Thermodynamics, chemistry, physics, humanities, philosophy|
|Publisher||Institute of Human Thermodynamics|
|History||2005, 2008-2013, 2015-present|
|Reviewers||Review board |
|Cost||Fee = $0, submission or access|
(formatted into provided JHT template page).
(thermodynamics "variables" mapped or correlated to the terms, conceptions, and or entities of the "humanities" and put in the form of a table of human thermodynamic variables)
(provide two end of article homework problems or exercises).
See main: JHT review boardThe review process for JHT articles in the years 2005 to 2010 has been somewhat haphazard, involving a combination of email exchanges and online discussion. In 2011, the Mohsen Mohsen-Nia article “A Thermodynamic Methodology for Evaluating Friendship Relations Stability” article was tested using open beta review format, wherein selected reviewers were requested to give comments and critiques, in wiki threads or via email.
See main: JHT formattingA good rule of thumb is to the the same citation format that is found in Hmolpedia articles.
See main: JHT review processThe review process for the JHT is diagrammed in the following flow chart schematic:
1. Articles are formatted (using the JHT template page)In short, JHT article submissions, in Word document format, are collected by Libb Thims, sent to him as attachments, primarily via firstname.lastname@example.org or sometimes via email@example.com. The submitted articles are accumulated, as the year progresses, stored in computer file. At a point later in the year, Thims uploads each article into a JHT formatted online wiki page at the beta review site: JHT beta (submissions), each as a separate online article, ready to undergo the peer review and article improvement process, each review wiki article filed as a subpage to the JHT beta (submissions) header page.
2. Articles are sent to Libb Thims (as attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org).
3. Submissions, if approved, are formatted further for "readability" by Thims, and then put into a review wiki page (filed under the JHT submissions page).
4. Thims emails the JHT board members and initiates the review process.
5. Article, if it passes the peer review process, is published and subsequently enters into Google Scholar.
|A 2012 video on the process of paper submission to Nature, founded in 1869 by Norman Lockyer, with contributions from his X Club, including: Joseph Hooker, Herbert Spencer, John tyndall.|
|A 2012 Google listing profile for the Journal of Human Thermodynamics, showing the URL location at which articles are freely-available as pdfs.|
“To Promote the Art and Science of Human Thermodynamics for the Betterment of the Human Kind.”
|American economisit Irving Fisher's economics thermodynamics variable table, from his 1892 PhD dissertation Mathematical Investigations into the Theory of Value and Prices, described by Paul Samuelson as "the best of all doctoral dissertations in economics", the content of which was heavily influenced by the physics, chemical thermodynamics, and vector analysis teachings of his advisor, American engineer Willard Gibbs.|