The conception of chemical reactions between two or more human molecules follows exactly the same logic as the conception of reactions between small molecules.  In simple terms, a human chemical reaction involves a change in bonds between individuals.

The origin of the conception of human chemical reactions traces back to the publication of the 1809 scientific novella Elective Affinities by German polymath Johann von Goethe who centered a story around a complex double displacement reaction between four friends:

AB + CD   AD + BC

A simpler chemical reaction is a combination reaction, such as, for instance, between a newly dating pair, in which two previously unattached individuals, A and B, form the bonded relationship A=B:

 A + B   A=B
Every variation of human interaction can be formatted or scripted in terms of human chemical reactions between human molecules.



The Human Molecule
→ Reactions
(March 6, 2008)

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