Thims

Thims thought bubble (1995) f2
A rendition of Thims as an undergraduate chemical engineering thermodynamics student ruminating on how chemical thermodynamics would, in theory, be applied to reactions between humans, relationships conceptualized as chemical reactions; it would be some two decades later that he would begin to ferret out the details of this intricate puzzleone filled with glass walls, forest-tree issues, ships not seen paradoxes, one nature (vs. two nature) issues, terminology reform issues, among othersinto the form of a initial stage working draft textbook. [1]
In mononyms, Thims (CR:124), a reverse anagram of "Smith", is the surname of American electrochemical engineer Libb Thims.

Links
The following are general secondary Thims pages:

Beg-Thims dialogue
Gladyshev and Thims
Libb Thims (attack)
Libb Thims (books)
Libb Thims (books read)
Libb Thims (citations)
Libb Thims (derogation)
Libb Thims (etymology)
Libb Thims (experiments)
Libb Thims (genius ranking)
Libb Thims (history)
Libb Thims (lectures)
Libb Thims (personal notes)
Libb Thims (prospectus)
Libb Thims (publications)
Libb Thims (quick reference)
Libb Thims (quotes)
Libb Thims (students)
Moriarty-Thims debate
Thims human molecular formula
Thims thought experiment
Thimsian atheism
Why does Libb Thims make genius lists?

Library
The following are categorized listing of books by subject from Thims personal research library:

Thims’ mate selection book collection
Thims religio-mythology and atheism book collection
Thims’ thermodynamics book collection

Collected works
Libb Thims (collected works); Libb Thims (books)
The following are a portion of Libb Thims' 10+ volume set of collected works, as of 2013:

Libb Thims (publications)

Quotes
The following are a few recent mononym quotes:

Thims is [a walking] encyclopedia of human thermodynamics.”
Milivoje Kostic (2013), introduction to Thims’ 16 Apr NIU talk [2]

“I think [Thims] HumanChemistry101 is a pretty cool guy, he ranks IQ and doesn’t get afraid of anything [or] official IQ rankings. Why do people get so worked up over IQ? Because they’re scared little monkeys.”
— IJustWantToSignIn (2013), comment (Ѻ) on IQ 200+ | Smartest person ever (4 of 4), Nov 10.

References
1. Thims, Libb. (2013-14/15). Chemical Thermodynamics: with Applications in the Humanities (pdf). Publisher.
2. (a) Kostic, Milivoje. (2013). “Introduction of Speaker Comments”, in: full video (time: ), Apr 16.
(b) Thims, Libb. (2013). “A Guidemap to Human Chemical Thermodynamics: Goethe's Elective Affinities to Human Free Energies” (abs) (NIU announcement) (cover) (main) (full video) (abs video), Lecture to mechanical engineering thermodynamics students (professor: Milivoje Kostic), Northern Illinois University (NIU), Apr 16.

External links
Libb Thims – LibbThims.com.
Libb Thims (profile) – Google Scholar.

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