Novacene [book, nonfiction]

 Novacene [book, nonfiction]

I REALLY LIKE THIS BOOK. I HAVE ALWAYS LIKED JAMES LOVELOCK, ALMOST CERTAINLY BECAUSE I LIKED SIM EARTH AND HE WAS HEAVILY TALKED ABOUT IN THAT. HE KINDA WENT THROUGH A PHASE OF LIKE, REALLY EXTREME ENVIROMENTALISM WHERE HE TALKED ABOUT NOT JUST GLOBAL WARMING BUT MORE LIKE, EARTH BECOMING VENUS AND THE OCEANS BOILING AWAY AND STRIPPING THE EARTH WITH ACID. NOW HE'S 100 YEARS OLD AND HE WROTE THIS REALLY WEIRDLY HOPEFUL BOOK WHERE THAT STILL WILL HAPPEN BUT HE HAS DECIDED THAT THERE IS ENOUGH TIME BEFORE THAT THAT ELECTRONIC LIFE WILL CERTAINLY EXIST BEFORE THEN AND HIS GAIA THEORY CAN CONTINUE ON WITH A NEW FORM OF SELF REGULATION AND IT'S NOT ANY MORE OF A CHANGE THAN ANY OF THE PAST CHANGES LIFE ON EARTH HAS SEEN. I LOVE THAT.

PS. ALSO IT MENTIONS AND CONTAINS IN FULL THE POEM "ALL WATCHED OVER MACHINES OF LOVING GRACE" AND I CONSISTANTLY HAVE LOVED EVERYTHING THAT CALLS OUT TO THAT. 

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