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User Review  - pansociety - LibraryThing

This increasingly influential book advocates a view of the Earth as a single, self-regulating organism, with the non-living environment being described as intimately related to and even regulated by the living biosophere. Read full review

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User Review  - bluetyson - LibraryThing

A really interesting book, and hypothesis. I first noticed this theory, funnily enough, after watching the excellent miniseries 'Edge of Darkness' and some of the writing involved with talking about ... Read full review

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This is indeed an inspirational and insightful book.
Lovelock beautifully and clearly explains his idea that the earth functions as one organism. We almost take this for granted now, but at the
time ideas such as that the rocks are effected by the biology were not at all widely appreciated.
When I was a young aspiring environmental scientist, a friend bought the book for me. The contagious ideas have really been a key driver that got me to being a professional researcher in earth sciences now.
A life changing science book for sure. Personally, even more influential than popular science books by Hawkings and Dawkins and on a much more topical subject .

Review: Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

Interesting, but how much scientific evidence is their really to support this hypothesis? Read full review

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