Posts Tagged ‘James Lovelock’

Robert Karl Stonjek in the discussion on Facebook has mentioned: “On the suspension of life, it was James Lovelock and his colleagues in the 1950s that were freezing hamsters and then bringing them back to life.” Also he has quoted ‘Homage to Gaia: The Life of an Independent Scientist’ by James Lovelock, P.108-9 (hardcover version): […]

A couple of citations from Christian De Duve, Vital Dust about Gaia, p. 220-221. She was the Mother Earth goddes of the ancient Greeks. Long forgotten, except in such words as geology, geography, and geometry, she has recently been revived by James Lovelock, a distinguished English scientist, an F.R.S. (Fellow of the Royal Society), the […]