Elisabet Sahtouris – evolutionary biologist – some great videos and talks … inspiring and hopeful as Elisabet places our current moment within the evolutionary context, and how Gaia has always transformed. Elisabet’s book Earthdance can be read on-line.
Laniakea – our home supercluster. A team based in Hawaii maps the Universe according to the flow of galaxies across space. Redrawing the boundaries of the cosmic map, they redefine our home supercluster and name it Laniakea, which means ‘immeasurable heaven’ in Hawaiian. More …
Geological Site of the Blue Mountains, Australia (home of PaGaian Cosmology) – The Blue Mountains has it all geomorphologically speaking: uplifts, igneous activity, erosion, sedimentary deposition and metamorphic changes. These have combined to produce an amazing landscape well deserving its World Heritage Listing.
Carl Sagan – astronomer … a beautiful site!
The helical model – our solar system is a vortex. a non-conventional view of our solar system that is different from the standard ‘flat’ diagrams.
Hayden Planetarium … lots of information about our Universe there.
More on The Gaia Theory – offering resources: offers insights into climate change, energy, health, agriculture, and other issues of great importance.
Animated View of Earth … gorgeous view of wind patterns: you can drag to see any part of Earth
Fuzziology as developed by Vladimir Dimitrov, doctor of science. It is resonant with PaGaian Cosmology’s understanding of the Triple Goddess/Spiral – and referred to briefly in the book. Fuzziology has “applications for studying complexities of existential dynamic”.
The Darwin Project … changing the world for the better by changing the story we live by – David Loye (also involved in and partner of, Center for Partnership Studies )
An article by Stephan Harding: Gaia and Biodiversity at The Alliance for Wild Ethics … there is more there.
Lynn Margulis – collaborator in Gaia Theory
F.David Peat physicist and writer – a wealth of links at this site, including an interview with Michael Toms.
Eric Chaisson – astrophysicist … understands Gaia as Universe, as well as Earth, as a seamlessly connected Whole: a recent relevant book is Epic of Evolution: Seven Ages of the Cosmos
Sound issues forth from black holes – NASA report 2003: “The “note” is the deepest ever detected from any object in our Universe. The tremendous amounts of energy carried by these sound waves may solve a longstanding problem in astrophysics.”
CRUDE: The Journey of Oil – a big picture view of oil, by Australian filmmaker Richard Smith. The conditions that created oil on Earth, are being re-created by the relatively rapid using of it. Filmed on location in 11 countries across 5 continents consults leading international scientific experts to join the dots between geology and economy.
David Suzuki Foundation – Solutions are in Our Nature
3D Galaxy Map … pretty picture and fun!
Earth’s Orbit Around Sun – not as simple as you may have thought, and The Axis of Rotation, and another – just to help your imagination Earth Orbit. You might find some more.
The Resonance Project – Nassim Haramein’s theoretical phyics.
A graphic on the Size of Our World
What role did Mileva Maric play in the work of Albert Einstein? This is not strictly “Gaian Science”, but I want to make this link here. If Mileva’s role (and that of the many such women over centuries) had of been recognised and her life more supported, would western science be different now?
Darryl Reanney – The Death of Forever: New Future for Human Consciousness … molecular biologist and the author of many books. Here is a conversation with him: ABC Radio National He also wrote Music of the Mind: an Adventure into Consciousness
A map of the visible Universe -our Home and there are other images to be found by googling that phrase
An excellent radio program on The Anthropic Principle: The Science Show, ABC Radio National
How the Alphabet Was Born from Hieroglyphs by Orly Goldwasser, at BAS Library.