Science of love

Science of love
A chemical alphabet depiction of the science of love as having a chemical basis, in part; which is at least correct as per the elements oxygen and vanadium go (see: hmolscience periodic table).
In hmolscience, science of love refers to the study of human relationship formations or social aggregations, dynamics, and dissolutions, wherein the attraction-to-repulsion ratio is near a 5-to-1 balance (Gottman ratio) for interpersonal bondings; or, in general, to either one or an admixture of the chemistry of love, physics of love, thermodynamics of love, among others.

See also
Mathematics of love
● Neurochemistry of love | Neurochemistry
Proxmire affair

Further reading
● Herper, Matthew. (2004). “The Science of Love”, Forbes, Jun 06.

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