Greek for 'mother Earth').theory
is thought to solve a fundamental question in
of how those different levels are related. Gaians are those correctly believing
that all things on Earth are bathed by the same atmosphere and waters,
that the Earth is one
giant living organism.
Water is a unique molecule
thanks to the special properties of the hydrogen.atom.
As you know, water
has three forms. Water is unusual!
We know what comprises
water, but, like the climate, we aren't sure why it is exactly what
it is or exactly why it behaves as it does and when freezing, forming
the patterns it does. Everything formed comes out of light,
the frequency patterns in the invisible.
geometric patterns show the Earth is mathematically based. On this
see the PBS/Nova movie.The
Great Math Mystery.featuring
among others Mario Livio, author of.Is
God a Mathematician?.and
Max Tegmark who wrote.Our
Observing what most people
consume as food, it's easy to see that most of us do not realize.its
importance to our cells.
Such brilliant design evidenced
everywhere, that is, if one is looking, for we only really see what our
attention may be on.
Water in its solid form is
lighter, otherwise it would freeze from the bottom up and the fresh water
systems and the organisms relying upon them, would be in
Frozen water occupies 10% more space than water in its liquid form. Why
is the freezing of water so powerful, cracking open rocks into which it
has seeped into.
Why does it occupy 10% more space and not 5, 15, 18 or 50?
The secrets of water's oddities
are in the chemical bonds water has that maintain two hydrogen atoms attached
to one oxygen atom in a cucumber shaped molecule.."Oxygen
hogs the electron
like a selfish lover stealing most of the duvet.(a
Phillip Ball, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, ISBN
0297643142. This hydrogen bonding makes water more organized and structured
than other liquids, providing a considerable electrical magnetism between
University of Toronto.(Canada).biochemist
Ron Williams attended Oxford University.(England).to
see James Lovelock, atmospheric scientist and promoter of the Gaia system.(Gaia
means 'living Earth'), the system of
the Earth's self-regulation, the behavior of the Earth as one giant organism,
the tiny diatom plays a
Lovelock was commissioned
by NASA to determine the criteria
for measuring life signs in the universe. His standards for this measurement
are in use today by NASA as they undertake space exploration in their quest.for
signs of life elsewhere in the multiverse; a completely useless effort
to help cover what they've already
found. The effort continues to be part of a public 'snow
Lovelock developed an extremely
sensitive chemical measuring instrument able to determine whether or not
life exists elsewhere in the cosmos.
NASA has adopted Lovelock's criteria in determining whether
life occurs on other planets. Thanks to Lovelock, we can tell whether
Mars and Venus are deathly stable or alive and kicking like Earth.."Mars
can be classified as cold desert with many impact craters."....Pascal
Lee, NASA planetary scientist. But scientists have determined that the
entire universe is of water and they have found water deep in a crater
on the moon. But what about anciently?.Genesis
15:17. Were there ancient
spacecraft, ET's. Were they angels?
The Web of Life,
1996, Anchor Books, Doubleday Dell Publishing, N.Y., N.Y., by Fritjof Capra,
Ph.D. in theoretical physics, University of Vienna and Director of the
Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California."The
Gaia theory, as well as the entire work
of Lynn Margulis in microbiology, have exposed the fallacy of the narrow
adaption." ...The Web of Life,
Earth, Lovelock showed how huge amounts of
warming carbon dioxide are conveniently absorbed by little planktonic shellfish
and used to make shells when the animals die. The carbon dioxide is removed
from Earth's system and locked up as their remains turn to chalk or limestone.
While living they release dimethyl sulfide.(sulfur).after
taking in carbon dioxide.(CO2),
without which we would have one half the marine clouds on Earth as we do.
Plankton, the most abundant creatures on Earth, pump more sulfur into the
world's atmosphere than all the world's volcanoes. They recycle! Do you?
The cycle is: calcium erodes
from the silicate rocks and is carried by runoff into rivers to the Earth's
oceans. There it combines with carbonate to make shells and corals,
etc., the excess eventually sinking to the ocean bottom forming carbonate
rock. The ocean's carbonate supply is replenished
by carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and thereby carbon dioxide is removed
from the atmosphere, where it ends up on the sea bed as carbonate rock.
Plankton can form into an
to initiate actions becoming a counteracting force to turbulent
waters. What's the overriding intelligence affecting them so they are able
to do this when nece?
acid. Algae do many other things: 1)
Some algae have a 'gene
bank' five thousand times larger than other algae. The deadly puffer
is 500 times as small as human DNA. And a little
DNA is some 40 times larger than a human DNA. Why?
plankton often glow when they are physically disturbed, by a submarine's
for example, thus
betraying its position to satellite observation.
They do not believe Lovelock. They don't believe in free lunches. They
believe creatures are out to help the self and their relatives, not strangers.
Their belief in selfishness elicits
a low consciousness approach to
The idea that some creatures
waste effort to make the world a better place.(altruism).didn't
make sense to them. To them the global and even universal self-regulation
including the complex
systems of living beings, do not come about by any other way than evolution.
They believe many different versions of evolutionary organisms are tried
out, with only the best leaving descendants; a 'survival of the fittest'
violence in getting rid of characteristics deemed undesirable in a species.
With them, natural selection reigns supreme. However, natural
selection cannot apply to a whole planet which shows forth gallant
forms of altruism. And once one understands it, it
can be useful as an imaginative tool in forming fables.