Existive (diagram)
A atomic-geometry (molecular) depiction of a human as a powered animate CHNOPS+26 element bound state motile entity, in possession of a time-delineated state of “reaction existence”, NOT alive, but “existive”; no different, complexity aside, than any other animate carbon-based geometry, such as light-sensitive bending molecules (e.g. retinal) or fueled walking molecules (e.g. DTA or kinesin).
In hmolscience, existive, a portmanteau-truncation of “react-ive exist-ence” (or reaction existence), a bio-defunct, life terminology upgrade functional term—employed as an upgrade to the religio-mythology rooted etymologically scientifically-defunct term “alive”, deemed scientifically irreparable and obsolete, in circa 2009 to 2013—referring to a powered animate CHNOPS+ structure, that at one time, past or present, had a time-demarcated state of reaction existence, as a bound state structure, semi-aware of its own movement.
Existive (etymology)
The term “existive” is a kind of “I react, therefore I am” Cartesian-upgrade, from defunct-dualism to modern non-defunct Goethean "one nature" envisioned monism.

The element “carbon” C, in short—or, in general, the column 14 of the periodic table (see: hmolscience periodic table)—possesses the proton-electron geometrical configuration property of photon-exchange meditated “animation”; hence to differentiate certain classes of carbon atoms to be “alive”, e.g. the 26-element bending and walking human molecule, and others to be “non-alive” (or types of non-life), e.g. the 3-element bending retinal molecule, is but vacuous religio-mythology division absorbed into science, in the 18th century, via the now-obsolete and defunct tripartite Linnaean classification scheme; thus the terminology reform.

The introduction of the Hmolpedia-introduced term “existive”, as a life terminology upgrade for the scientifically defunct term “alive”, arose as a precipitate of the working term “reactively existive”, a water-testing derivative of the 2012-introduced terms: reaction start, reaction existence, reaction end, employed as delineation markers on Goethe timeline; loosely depicted as adjacent.

The title page (article and video) use of "existive" seem to have come about predominately in the construction and drafting of the 2013-initiated smartest person alive | existive page, somewhere amid versions 15 (Ѻ) to version 25 (Ѻ), approximately. Shown below, is a screenshot of parts 4 and 5 of the five-part “25 Smartest People Alive | Existive” video countdown by Libb Thims, where, both in online draft form (Ѻ) and in video discussion (Ѻ), parts one and five, in particular, a significant focus was put on the peculiar and pointed issue that if a modern post-Crickean aged person was a so-called “smartest person alive”, he or she would know, paradoxically, that they were NOT alive; hence the video title term-dualism employed, namely “Alive | Existive”, the former employed for the purposes of colloquial recognition, the latter employed as the functionally operation working term upgrade.

25 Smartest People Alive (Existive) 2014

This specific stand-alone article was started on 29 Jul 2015 to make operational a term link on the "existographies" article, started previously on the same day.

The following are related quotes:

“Believe me, dear Sir: there is not in the British Empire a man who more cordially loves a union with Great Britain than I do. But, by the God that made me, I will cease to exist before I yield to a connection on such terms as the British Parliament propose; and in this, I think I speak the sentiments of America.”
Thomas Jefferson (1775), “Letter to John Randolph”, Nov 29 [2]

Religion. Your reason is now mature enough [age 17] to examine this object. In examining this subject, divest yourself of all bias, in favor of novelty and singularity of opinion, shake off all fears and servile prejudices, under which weak minds are servilely crouched: fix reason in her seat firmly; question with boldness even the existence of God; because if there is one, he must approve more of the homage of reason than that of blindfolded faith. Read the Bible as you would Tacitus or Livy. Those facts in the Bible which contradict the laws of nature must be examined with care.”
Thomas Jefferson (1787), “Letter to [nephew] Peter Carr” [3]

I feel: therefore I exist. I feel bodies which are not myself: there are other existences then. I call them matter. I feel them changing place. This gives me motion. Where there is an absence of matter, I call it void, or nothing, or immaterial space. On the basis of sensation, of matter and motion, we may erect the fabric of all the certainties we can have or need.”
Thomas Jefferson (1820), “Letter to John Adams”, Aug 15 [4]

“Exact knowledge is the enemy of vitalism. Let us abandon the word ‘alive’.”
Francis Crick (1966), Of Molecules and Men [1]

1 Crick, Francis. (1966). Of Molecules and Men (pg. 5). Prometheus Books, 2004.
2. (a) Jefferson, Thomas. (1775). “Letter to John Randolph”, Nov 29.
(b) Jefferson, Thomas. (1853). The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Autobiography, Correspondence, Reports, Messages, Addresses, and Other Writings, Official and Private, with Appendix, Vol One (editor: H.A. Washington). Correspondence (pgs. 202-04; quote, pg. 203). Taylor & Maury.
(c) Hazelton, John H. (1906). The Declaration of Independence: Its History (pg. 19). Da Capo Press, 1970.
3. (a) Jefferson, Thomas. (1787). “Letter to nephew Peter Carr”; in Letters of Thomas Jefferson (Ѻ), Sanbornton Bridge, 1948.
(b) Holyoake, George J. (1871). The Principles of Secularism Illustrated (pgs. 40-42). Book Store.
(c) Peikoff, Leonard. (1982). The Ominous Parallels (pg. 106) (Ѻ). Penguin-Meridian.
(d) Cox, John. (2008). Googling God (pg. 38). Harvest House Publishers.
4. Greenblatt, Stephen. (2011). The Swerve: How the Renaissance Began (pg. 263). Random House.

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