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Gaia

About a decade ago, an eccentric English scientist named James Lovelock came up with the idea that the world was one big living organism. He called it the Gaia hypothesis, which gave rise to the New Age. Most scientists have not bought into the idea, at least not all of the concept, but it has become much more main stream today.

For More information and an objective review of Gaia check out:

The Gaia Hypothesis

 

                                                            

 

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