In humanities, history is the study, documentation, and analysis of the past or past events.

Two noted physicochemical history scholars include: Henry Adams and Morris Zucker.

Big history
The newly emerging subject of “big history”, such as outlined in the works David Christian and his Maps of Time: an Introduction to Big History, tends to incorporate a hmolscience perspective, such as attempting digressions on thermodynamics, big bang theory, and evolution, etc., with the construct of traditional modes of history, e.g. civil war, ancient civilizations, etc., presentation.

See also
HT pioneers
History thermodynamics
Rise and fall of civilization
History of chemical bonding theory
History of chemistry
History of differential equations
History of human thermodynamics
History of thermodynamics

External links
History – Wikipedia.

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