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Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by sciencemaster

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 19:33:11 +0000

Hello Supe 1883 Tell you what. I believe what you do! There is a lot of supporting evidence BUT does it all link together? There is the possibility that it is just a lot of fortunate feedback loops. These happen often in Nature. This is why I (and others) continue to call it a hypothesis. Science is interesting. It's about recognising your ignorance and asking questions and through that finding your answers. For me I enjoy helping people find their own answers ( thanks for the comment Mike

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by sciencemaster

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 19:25:13 +0000

I do not think I agree with you wrt the comment about Greek Mythology, This was only mentioned by Lovelock (the first person who used the the term Gaia ) as a possible title to the phenomenon he was thinking about. Science is about understanding the physical and organic world around us ...there are lots we do not understand ......the behaviour of the elements (wind, temperature, atmosphere, oceans, earth movements) are at their early stages. Lovelock suggests behaviours that we as yet do not understand THUS it is a hypothesis. For me I was amazed that trees communicate with each other .... maybe the hypothesis will become a theory. Many thanks for you comment. Enjoy blogging ....see my blog at It keeps me sane. Mike

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by sciencemaster

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 19:10:20 +0000

See my comment on your website.

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by supe1883

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:44:57 +0000

I thought your blog was really good!I love science but i'm not very good at it. Gaia was pretty cool but I don't know if i really believe its completely real but its really interesting.

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by dafl0487

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:43:20 +0000

Hi Mike Gaia. It's definitely a very interesting topic for people who are interested in Greek mythology. I feel that there has to be some type of ancestral being to control the earth. With the addition of the oceans salinity below what we can intake. Is it just a coincidence or is Gaia real.

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by dykn0440

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 15:15:05 +0000

Hello mike i just got to say that this blog is super good. it was very detailed and educational. I like science but not to much but reading bit about the hypothesis of Gaia was really interesting. I'm not really sure if Gaia is real but when i was reading about it it convinced me that it was real. Hope you achieve what you want to achieve in the your blog posts. go visit my blog

Comment on Gaia (8-12) Yes or No? by sciencemaster

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:57:19 +0000

Shohtoro Thanks for the comment and a nice 'Supreme' web blog. I like the latest theme...unplug. I think i need to do that. Mike

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by sciencemaster

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:52:14 +0000

F.P Many thanks for the comment. Here is an interesting thought ....developments in science happen via admissions of ignorance.You don't know about something (Why is the sky blue?, Why is grass green?) so you try to find the answer,probably by asking further questions (Is the sky always blue?), again admitting your ignorance. You comment that you are not good at physics - is an admission of ignorance, why? What questions did ask yourself? A correction...Gaia is a hypothesis and not a theory. To become a theory it has to be proven. Gaia, for example, could be a nice set of feedback loops. I personally don't think that is the case, however we still don't really know the reason why they seem to occur to protect life. Mike

Comment on Gaia (12-18) Yes or No? by fpisd21

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 06:46:51 +0000

I am not very good at physics and I don't know a lot of physics. But your theory opened my spectrum on physics and made ask myself questions. I even searched up your theory on google to see if I could learn more things about it. It is a nice theory that really opens doors to different views on certain controversial topics. Thank You, F-P

Comment on Gaia (8-12) Yes or No? by hmsshohtaro

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 01:24:16 +0000

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