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Gaia, the name of the Greek earth goddess, is used to describe the self-regulating state of the earth as formulated in the 1960’s by Dr James Lovelock, an independent research scientist. Lovelock’s theory explains the Gaia hypothesis, which later became referred to as the Gaia Theory.
Lovelock’s ecological hypothesis proposes that living and nonliving parts of the earth form a complex interacting system that can be thought of as a single organism. Lovelock says that all living things have a regulatory effect on the Earth’s environment, and together promote life.
– Gaia Discovery