Earth molecule

Earth molecule
The general molecular formula for the earth, aka the "earth molecule" from the atomic/chemical point of view of "things".
In science, earth molecule is the definition of the planet Earth from a chemical perspective, a view in which all motile structures are characterized as "molecules" defined by their atomic structure, formula, dynamics, and reactions with other like-sized structures. [1]

Overview
In 2005, American chemical engineer Libb Thims calculated the following approximate molecular formula for the earth: [2]

OE50FeE49SiE49MgE49SE48AlE48NiE48CaE48CrE47NaE46KE46HE46TiE46FE45
CE45PE45MnE44SrE44BaE44ClE44VE44LiE44ZrE43RbE43ZnE44CuE43NE43BE43
CeE43CoE43ScE43NdE43GaE43BeE43LaE42NbE42PbE42PrE42SmE42ThE42
GdE42DyE42YE42GeE42ArE42ErE41CsE41UrE41HfE41YbE41SnE41EuE41TaE41
AsE41MoE41HoE41WE41TbE41BrE41TlE40LuE40TmE40HeE40SbE40IE40CdE40
InE40AgE40SeE40HgE39BiE39TeE39RuE38PdE38AuE38PtE38NeE38ReE38RhE37
OsE37KrE36IrE35XeE35RaE35PaE32AcE30AtE30PoE30RnE28TcE23PmE23FrE23

The "molecular" view of the earth shows, according to the mass composition of the 92 naturally-occurring elements in the structure of the earth, that the earth can be viewed as a type of reactive molecule, active in the solar system, attached to the sun via a type of yet undefined chemical-gravitation, composed primarily of the elements oxygen O, iron Fe, silicon Si, and magnesium Mg, among other elements in decreasing percentages.

See also
Sun molecule
Human molecule
Bacterial molecule
Walking molecule
Molecular evolution table

References
1. Thims, Libb. (2008). The Human Molecule (ch. 8: Modern Views, section: “Planetary-sized molecules”, pgs. 57-59) (preview). Morrisville, NC: LuLu.
2. Thims, Libb. (2007). Human Chemistry (Volume One) (pgs. 20-21) (preview), (Google books). Morrisville, NC: LuLu.

External links
Earth molecule – IoHT Glossary.

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