Re: [-empyre-] An indecipherable communication?: Gaia and sonic topologies

Azure, my partner, has been studying Gaia theory extensively - and there
are so many holes in it. If you believe in deity, then all right, it's for
you and can be made to properly fit - if not, you'll find a lot of
extraneous mythological baggage that's unnecessary when calculating carbon
cycles, fluxes, and whatnot.

For me, it's not only problematic but too much of a 'mother earth' notion
- and the rate of global extinctions etc. demands a much more militant
stance vis=a=vis biodiversity - a geopolitics, not a geomythology.

- Alan
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