Social orbital theory

Social trajectory
A 2013 illustration (Ѻ), by English-American artist Maggie Appleton, of the 1970s anon modern proverb: “If you love something, let it go. If it comes back, it’s yours. If it doesn’t, it was never yours to begin with.” (Ѻ)
In hmolscience, social orbital theory is the view that humans, in certain respects, move in orbital-like trajectories about each other similar to how planets move around stars, moons move around planets, or how satellites move around the earth.

The following are related quotes:

“To jump orbits, you need a lot of energy. And you need balls.”
— Nestor (2010), Afinidades; comment to Bruno, during dinner show (58:30), while women are in bathroom making out, about his statement that he would leave the company (or country) if he was left out of the company buyout

“Like satellites we go in circles and never float away.
Tell the sky and pull until you crash into me.
Like satellites we go in circles and never float away.
Let's collide until we fill the space
(Until we fill the space)”
— Manufactured Superstars (2013), hook of dance song: “Like Satellites” (vid:Ѻ)(Lyrics:Ѻ)(Ѻ)

See also
Human molecular orbital
Human molecular orbital theory
Turning tendencies

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