A Collation of Earlier Background Contributors to GaiaChapter 5 ...

This theory is the one that gave her the credibility to advance the Gaia Hypothesis....

The Gaia Hypothesis, NewAge Movements & Ancient RevivalsChapter 7 ...

Dr Lovelock's has discovered many processes that convert andstabilize the environment as evidence of Gaia at work. But coming froma reductionistic , he is reluctant to accept a teleological perspective. Yet ironically, many have criticised his hypothesis on precisely these grounds.

A Collation of Scientific Commentary on the Gaia HypothesisChapter 6 ...

Comprehensive Compendium of WWW Gaian ResourcesChapter 8 ...

Lovelock interviewed on BBC Radio4 "Life Scientific" (). From the site: "Jim al-Khalili talks to James Lovelock about elocution lessons, defrosting hamsters and his grand theory of planet earth, Gaia. The idea that from the bottom of the earth's crust to the upper reaches of the atmosphere, planet earth is one giant inter-connected and self-regulating system."

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James Lovelock (Gaia theory)
Discovered that Earth's biosphere is analogous to a living organism with homeostasis: multiple feedback paths maintaining the average temperature and gas mixture of Earth's atmosphere.


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James Lovelock, originator of Gaia theory, inventor of the electron capture detector (which made possible the detection of CFCs and other atmospheric nano-pollutants) and of the microwave oven.

Lynn Margulis joined Lovelock in the effort ..

There are as follows:Section (4) - - A Review of prior Thought akin to that of the Gaia Hypothesis.It is expected that the remaining section swill be publishedduring the southern Winter of 1996.It depends on the surf .......

Lovelock, who explained his Gaia hypothesis ..

However the acknowledgement of the importance of ecological systems and processes on a global basis was boosted by mankind's first actual visual photographs of the planet Earth during the early space missions of the 1960's.It may be contended that the ancient peoples of all the lands beneath the sky have been just as cognisant of these basic principles which are expressed the following account of the Gaia Hypothesis.

The Gaia Hypothesis - Lovelock & Margulis - Index to …

The Daisyworld simulation with its hard science approach means thatthe homeostatic interpretation of Gaia combines both the Objective Scientificand the Holistic-Organic paradigms. If it has not found more widespreadacceoprtence it is because of the resistence by the established (conservative)

Atmospheric homeostasis by and for the biosphere: the Gaia hypothesis

Our present exoplanet hunters such as the ESA's Gaia mission, to be launched in 2013, will use photometry (slight dimming of the star during planetary transits) to seek exoplanets within 200 parsecs (670 light years) of Earth, more than twice the critical distance of the SKA.

Lynn Margulis 1938-2011 "Gaia Is A Tough Bitch" | …

Using computer simulations of the Daisyworld parameters. Lovelockfound that the daisies did in fact keep the temperature to within the rightrange, until increasing heat poutput from the sun reached a level theycould no cope with, in which case they all finally died. This approach proved Lovelock's point about the controlled stability of theclimate by life as not being teleological.