9 edition of The ages of Gaia found in the catalog.
|Statement||by James Lovelock.|
|Series||The Commonwealth Fund Book Program, Commonwealth Fund Book Program (Series)|
|LC Classifications||QH331 .L688 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||87036567|
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Norton, The Ages of Gaia explains Lovelock's theory that the earth is a living organism. The book describes how the living earth may work, today, and in ages past, based on the latest research of Lovelock and others.
James Ephraim Lovelock, CH CBE FRS (born 26 July ) is an independent scientist, environmentalist, and is best known for proposing the Gaia hypothesis, which postulates that the Earth functions as a self-regulating system. With a PhD in medicine, Lovelock began his career performing cryopreservation experiments on rodents, including successfully thawing frozen mater: University of Manchester (BSc).
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James Lovelock is a visionary character, a colourful person and an independent scientific thinker and inventor. Lovelock is widely known for his Gaia theory. The earth is a superorganism, consisting of both living organisms and a non.
In his first book, Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth, Jim Lovelock proposed a startling new theory of life: the Earth, its rocks, oceans, atmosphere and all living things, are part of one great organism, evolving over the vast span of geological time.
In this sequel, he examines environmental and scientific issues in detail, including the greenhouse effect, acid rain, the depletion of the 2/5(1). The author's "Gaia theory" showed that the Earth, its rocks, oceans and atmosphere and all living things are part of one great organism, evolving together over the vast span of geological time.
This book elaborates a new and unified view of the Earth and discusses scientific developments. On the downside Ages of Gaia reveals the atheist and pantheistic ideas Lovelock harbors, but he does try to keep them out of science unlike many environmentalists.
As Lovelock noted, "I was naive to think that a book about Gaia would be taken as science only." A great quote from Dr. Lovelock puts this in. Ages Of Gaia Paperback – Jan. 1 by James Lovelock (Author) out of 5 stars 11 ratings. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : BBC 2's "Horizon" programme won many new followers for Jim Lovelock's startling new theory of life called Gaia. Existing theories held that plants and animals evolve on, but are distinct from, an inanimate planet.
Gaia, however, showed that the Earth, its rocks, oceans, and atmosphere, and all living things are part of one great organism. Book Review: The Ages of Gaia: A Biography of Our Living Earth by James Lovelock (Bantam Books) This was a fascinating read by the main proponent of the Gaia Hypothesis.
It was his second book about Gaia. Lovelock is a keen scientist and seems a sensible fellow. The details of what Lovelock calls ‘geophysiology’ are explored. Download PDF The Ages Of Gaia book full free.
The Ages Of Gaia available for download and read online in other formats. The ages of Gaia: a biography of our living Earth Item Preview "A volume of the Commonwealth Fund Book Program under the editorship of Lewis Thomas." Includes bibliographical references (p.
) Access-restricted-item true Internet Archive Books. Scanned in : Gaia, the Grand Idea • 3 ested skeptics in a wide-ranging scientific discussion of the hypothesis.6 Further international conferences on Gaia were convened at Oxford University in, andwith membership primarily by invitation.
in a second open Scientists on Gaia Chapman Conference was held in Valencia, Spain. 7File Size: 1MB. Lovelock first sketched out his theory in his bestseller, Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth. People all over the world embraced the theory, and in less than ten years it moved from the margins of scientific research to the ck argues that such things as the 5/5(1).
It also provoked a lot of research, and the resulting body of information has encouraged Lovelock to publish this second book, a more confident and complete exposition of the Gaia Ages of Gaia is easily readable for the educated layperson, but includes plenty of scientific depth.The Gaia hypothesis / ˈ ɡ aɪ.
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The hypothesis was formulated by the chemist James Lovelock and co-developed by the.I read the book in the year The climate change debate has grown, developed, moved in a great many directions. The distinguished sixty-nine year old scientist who wrote The Ages of Gaia is now ninety-one years old, as sharp as ever, and has found himself a reputation as a prophet of doom.