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Fractal Patterns, Fatalism, Transcendentalism, Quantum-mechanistics, and Pretentious Verbiage

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Fractal patterns are inter-meshing allegorically/rhythmically/seeded forms shapes or objects. Check out “Fractal Gif” to get an idea of what these are graphically. The examples on… 938 more words

The Lost Unknown

Why Gaia?

What does Gaia mean?

GAEA or GE (Gaia or Gê),  is the Greek goddess, which personifies the Earth itself. The word Gaia is a compound of two elements: … 254 more words

Gaia

1 Sudden Recurrence of Cold in March

Outside my window, azaleas are seen shrunken, from sudden recurrence of cold in late March. A couple of days ago, the daily highest temperature hit 17 degrees centigrade, and today, it’s only 2 degrees. 453 more words

Cyclic Temperature Change

From New Scientist: "My verdict on Gaia hypothesis: beautiful but flawed"

New Scientist

26 January 2015
Toby Tyrrell

We now have the evidence to pass judgement on James Lovelock’s wildly popular notion that life engineers hospitable worlds, says oceanographer Toby Tyrrell… 1,284 more words

Applied Research & Technology

Recent directions in the science of Gaia

In June of 1988 I attended the first Chapman Conference on the Gaia Hypothesis held in San Diego, CA. There I was introduced to James Lovelock and a host of other influential scientists studying Gaia, including Lynn Margulis, Stephen Schneider, Tyler Volk, and Lee Kump. 1,226 more words

Gaia Theory

Gaia and Climate Change

Today an article I wrote on Gaia and climate change was published in The Ecologist [link here]. The article summarizes my thoughts and concerns around the science of climate change. 10 more words

Climate Change

Lick the wallpaper

Many people move or visit our watershed for the scenery: the aspens, the wildflowers, the snowy peaks, the clear rivers and creeks. They build their homes on hills and atop cliffs so they can survey it all through a glass window like an exhibit. 911 more words

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