Seeking info on plague theory
berezin at MCMAIL.CIS.MCMASTER.CA
Sat Jun 3 10:24:17 EST 1995
If what you are looking for is related
to "Gaia Theory" (the idea that the whole Earth's
biosphere is a single feedback-regulated
superorganism), the introductory reading
is the work of James Lovelock, the initiator of
this theory (or rather a modern version of it).
To give you an easy entry ref:
Lynn Margulis "Gaia in Science", Science,
vol. 259, 5 February 1993, p. 745.
(it has several more references)
On 3 Jun 1995, Christopher Haley wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am currently writing a paper for school on some of the killer
> viruses. I have heard about something called "GAYA OR GIA OR MABE GAEA"
> theorism. I'm obviously not sure of the spelling, however the gist of
> it is that when the world becomes over populated or over taxed it will
> essentilly fight back. Through viruses or what ever other means
> necessary. If any of this rings a bell with anyone, please post the
> correct spelling of it and maybe a source of info.
> Thank you, T.Page at ix.netcom.com
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