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Still quite heavy reading but a remarkable book for its era.Published 4 months ago by Peter Johnston
This book often felt repetitive. There wasn't any real science in the book. It was mostly the author claiming because xyz and xyz are not possible this shows that there is Gaia.Published 4 months ago by lolo
Rare is the scientific who can convey the intricate, highly technical details of his topic whilst demystifying and rendering all in the most accessible style of prose. Read morePublished 5 months ago by argus
This book is for those who care to understand the history of what they believe about the earth. It is also a book for those who like to collect (and hopefully lend) classic works. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Andrew Wilson
This is one of the most enjoyable books I've read about life on our planet. Lovelock demonstrates great vision and courage in the presentation of his Gaia hypothesis. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dr. A. B. ONEILL
While this book is no easy read, if you really want to get a basic idea of how everything we do and have done on this planet has a knock on effect, give it a read. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Daryl C.
First of all, even my mom read it and she got it somehow ( she's not into sciences... ) Second, coupled with a big badass microbio book, this book is a great tool to reach an... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Martin Carnel
Being Catholic I was raised to believe that God created heaven and earth, this book will get you thinking things all over again.Published 18 months ago by Mikkita
An intriguing new look at our planet. Lovelock extols the need for a more holistic approach to science after its centuries of moving towards ever more specialization and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by sedgewick