Human Chemistry (contents)
Libb Thims' 2007 two-volume Human Chemistry, is the first attempt, in the wake of Goethe (1809), Fairburn (1914), Beg (1987), to put the subject of "human chemistry" into the form of a standard teaching textbook subject.
In human chemistry, Human Chemistry (Volume One) and Human Chemistry (Volume Two), is a 2007, two-volume, 824-page, self-published standardized textbook set on the subject of "human-chemistry" the study of the chemical behaviors of human molecules, written by American chemical engineer Libb Thims. [1]

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The press-release, titled "The World's First-ever Textbook on the Chemistry of Love", came out September 27, 2007. [2]

The textbook was peer-reviewed (although the reviewers were chosen by Thims) by those including Russian physical chemist Georgi Gladyshev, author of the 1997 Thermodynamic Theory of Evolution, Lebanese-born Danish theoretical chemist and physicist John Avery, author of the 2003 book Information Theory and Evolution, Chinese-born, Canadian mathematician and thermodynamic economist Jing Chen, author of the 2005 book The Physical Foundation of Economics: an Analytical Thermodynamic Theory, and Italian thermodynamicist Gian Beretta, author of the 2005 textbook Thermodynamics: Foundations and Applications, among others.

The book was built on the shoulders of German polymath Johann von Goethe's 1809 Elective Affinities and American engineer William Fairburn's 1914 Human Chemistry. [3] The origin of Thims' Human Chemistry began to seed in the early 1990s, when Thims began to wonder how one would use the "spontaneity criterion" of chemical thermodynamics to predict the basic human reproduction reaction:

A + BC

in which A and B are the reactants (the dating pair) and C is the product (a 15-year old child).

See also
‚óŹ Human Chemistry (textbook) (origin)

1. (a) Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry (Volume One), (preview), (Google books). Morrisville, NC: LuLu.
(a) Thims, Libb. (2007).
Human Chemistry (Volume Two), (preview), (Google books
). Morrisville, NC: LuLu.
(c) Libb Thims' Storefront -
2. World's First-ever Textbook on the Chemistry of Love - (Institute of Human Thermodynamics)
3. (a) Goethe, Johann von. (1809). Elective Affinities. New York: Penguin Classics.
(b) Fairburn, William Armstrong. (1914). Human Chemistry. The Nation Valley Press, Inc.

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