Symphoria. Sounds like a “happy” musical term, as in euphoria, only with music? Reasonable guess, but the word “symphoria” comes from the Greek symphoro, to bring together usefully (sym = together, phero = to bring). It is… are you ready? A chemical term! Symphoria is the art of stereochemistry where reactants are brought into the “perfect” three-dimensional spatial relationship in order to catalyze a desired reaction. English translation = If you shove some right stuff into the right place at the right time, you can make some good shi#!@ happen, or you can get very dark and twisted. Can you see where we’re headed, here?!