Libb Thims (prospectus)

In existographies, Libb Thims (prospectus) refers to various enterprise proposals submitted to American electrochemical engineer Libb Thims for inquiry in respect to joint effort or something along these lines.

List
The following is the chronological listing of prospectus inquires, some of which listed generally on the applied human thermodynamics page, and or probes sent to Thims, from various notable individuals:

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Prospector
DateSynopsis
Result | Reaction





1.Gladyshev 75 newGeorgi Gladyshev (1936-)
Russian physical chemist
2007In the 1990s and 2000s, after developing an anti-aging model of foodstuffs in which he hypothesized to be able to thermodynamically quantify the anti-aging value of any food or nutritional substance via using a formula similar to the Gibbs-Helmholtz equation, he obtained a $2 billion patient for this model; thereafter giving various lectures on this topic at the American Academy of Anti-Aging medicine conferences. In 2007, Gladyshev met with Thims in Chicago to discuss a joint venture to take his patented theory to the market place. His theory was not theoretically sound enough, in its present form (many areas of difficulty on theory), to be able to enact his vision.
2.Viktor Minkin 75Viktor Minkin
(c.1959-)
Russian biometrist
2008Conceived by Russian biometrist Viktor Minkin, head of the Russian vibraimage company, to use pixel vibration technology to measure human emotional states, quantitatively to be explained via psychological entropy or human entropy methodologies, the theory of which to be developed by American chemical engineer Libb Thims, to be used in application for home use and government used, e.g. terrorist screening technologies. Following R&D, equipment is slated to be marketed and sold in the US under the direction of Thims; although, Thims is stalled out on parts of theory development, as he is currently mastering the works of Clausius, Gibbs, and Lewis, which underlie theory. In 2008, Thims outlined a few basic principles of “human thermodynamic imaging”, after which Minkin incorporated parts of preliminary theory into Vibraimage version 7.0. In 2009, Minkin, possibly using some of the Gibbs free energy matching theory, took the project to the working model stage in the site PsyMaker.com, which claims to facilitate (a) recognition of emotions of visitors, (b) emotion recognition in Skype, (c) measure pixel-dependent aura, (d) lie detection, (e) couple compatibility matching, (f) remote and contactless public security. His effort was one of attempting to tag on a theoretical basis to a technology already developed; but a jump that was to tenuous and underdeveloped of a connection to go from facial pixel camera vibrations to entropy of emotion quantification arguments.
3.DMR Sekhar 75DMR Sekhar
(1952-)
Indian chemical engineer
2009 Desired to have Thims be founding chairman of a “Transcience Society” in Delhi, India, with yearly conferences on the thermodynamics-centric field of “transdisciplinary sciences”, a hodgepodge of disciplines. His god theory themed genopsych model, along with disagreement with the defunct theory of life position, derailed interaction.
4.Ali Mansoori 75Ali Mansoori
(c.1943-)
Iranian-born American chemical engineer
2010Suggested to Thims, over lunch, that he join the UIC bioengineering department, funding was available, etc.Thims explained that pact with himself after turning down acceptance to the chemical engineering program at University of California, Berkeley, the top two or three ranked program in that field at the time, per reasons of cheaper in-state financing at the University of Michigan, a top 5-ranked engineering program that he was only going up the ladder, not down, being he spent grades 2-12 at the intellectual bottom (after being forced to take grade two, twice), and he's not going backwards; no disrespect intended.
5.Kishore Dash 75Kishore Dash
(1961)
Indian physicist
2014Proposed a co-authorship of a treatise on the history of econophysics; tentatively entitled Evolution of Econophysics: a History of Physics Based Economics, to be published with Springer or Cambridge; inclusive of the various schools of econophysics: Lausanne school of physical economics, Harvard Pareto circle, Roegen-Daly school, Indian school of econophysics, American school of econophysics, Romanian school of physical socioeconomics, etc.; and historical mechanistic school economics thinkers to attempt physics based economics. His circa 40 page draft outline was too green; Thims would have had to spent an substantial amount of time correcting his outlines, in what has already been done in various locations of Hmolpedia.
6.Ram Poudel 75Ram Poudel
(c.1977-)
Nepalese-American mechanical engineer
2015
Jun 17
Proposed the idea of a consolidated effort to establish an international society, e.g. “Society for Social Energetics”, with the aim to facilitate a network of scholars united to contribute to social issues challenging humanity. Our mission is to develop science based knowledge of social dynamics to inform policy making process. Thims explained to Poudel that it is always wise to temper zeal with historical soberness; that what he is suggesting has already been attempted several times with limited (sub-decade existive) success; to name a few examples:

1. Leon Walras | 1858-1980s
Lausanne school of physical socioeconomics (Ѻ)
2. Leon Winiarski | 1894-1990s
Geneva social mechanics (Ѻ)
3. Ernest Solvay | 1894
Institute of Social Sciences (Ѻ)
4. Wilhelm Ostwald & Ernst Haeckel | 1906-1910s
German Monist League (Ѻ)
5. Lawrence Henderson | 1932-1939
Harvard Pareto circle (Ѻ)
6. John Q. Stewart | 1939-1950s
Princeton Social Physics (Ѻ)
7. Libb Thims | 2005-present
Institute of Human Thermodynamics (Ѻ)
8. Gheorghe Savoiu and Ion Siman | 2007-present
Pitesti Econophysics & Sociophysics Workshops (Ѻ)

Thims explained that he was working to established something akin to the long-sought Oxford chair of social physics (aka Nightingale chair of social physics) at at top US university.

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References
1. Dash, Kishore and Thims, Libb. (2014-15). Evolution of Econophysics: a History of Physics Based Economics. Springer/Cambridge University Press.

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