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Solo l’atomo ci può salvare. Solo l’atomo ci può salvare. L’ambientalismo nuclearista di James Lovelock, Torino, UTET Libreria, 2007.

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Solo l'atomo ci può salvare. l'ambientalismo nuclearista di James Lovelock. Published 2007 by UTET libreria in Torino. Environmental aspects, Environmental aspects of Nuclear energy, Nuclear energy, Gaia hypothesis. James Lovelock (1919-). Includes bibliographical references (p. -136) and index. Frontiere, Frontiere (Turin, Italy).

Lovelock (1995) gave evidence of this in his second book, showing the evolution from the world of the early . Bondì, Roberto (2007). Solo l'atomo ci può salvare. Torino, Utet: Prefazione di Enrico Bellone.

Lovelock (1995) gave evidence of this in his second book, showing the evolution from the world of the early thermo-acido-philic and methanogenic bacteria towards the oxygen-enriched atmosphere today that supports more complex life. A reduced version of the hypothesis has been called "influential Gaia" in "Directed Evolution of the Biosphere: Biogeochemical Selection or Gaia?" by Andrei G. Lapenis, which states the biota influence certain aspects of the abiotic world, . temperature and atmosphere.

L'ambientalismo nuclearista di James Lovelock. Paperback published 2007-01-01 by UTET.

Bondi, Roberto, Solo l'Atomo ci Può Salvare: L'Ambientalismo Nuclearista di James Lovelock. Mussell, James, Science, Time and Space in the Late Nineteenth-Century Periodical Press: Movable Types. Torino: UTET Libreria, 2007. The Nineteenth Century Series. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007. It was proposed by James Lovelock (1979) in his book Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth, and based on the recognition that lif. Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture. Jaworski, Helan (1928). Gaia hypothesis - /gay euh/ a model of the earth as a self regulating organism, advanced as an alternative to a mechanistic model.

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Lovelock (1995) gave evidence of this in his second book, showing . James Lovelock and Andrew Watson developed the mathematical model Daisyworld, in which temperature regulation arises from a simple ecosystem consisting of two species whose activity varies in response to the planet's environment.

Lovelock (1995) gave evidence of this in his second book .

Lovelock (1995) gave evidence of this in his second book, showing the evolution from the world of the early thermo-acido-philic and methanogenic bacteria towards the oxygen-enriched atmosphere today that supports more complex life Lovelock started defining the idea of a self-regulating Earth controlled by the community of living organisms in September 1965, while working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California on methods of detecting life on Mars Solo l'atomo ci può salvare. ISBN 978-88-02-07704-8.