ALL we can all try to add some stuff since its a longer question James

All we can all try to add some stuff since its a

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ALL (we can all try to add some stuff since it’s a longer question) ■ James Lovelock's Gaïa hypothesis (more generous room is provided for your answer) she said this in the review: Life itself is part of taking out CO2 from the environment and atmosphere keeps temperatures warm enough to exist all the feedbacks work together. Life makes the environment for life to survive!!!!! We now are beginning to recognize the Earth System comprising the physical and geological materials of the Earth and its place in the Solar System as well as the biology of planet, all working together producing a nearly stable environment and condition. In 1972, James Lovelock proposed the Gaia hypothesis which argued that life and biology is importantly involved in regulating the planet's surface environment. How does life contribute to the stability of the environment? The theory asserts that living organisms and their inorganic surroundings have evolved together as a single living system that greatly affects the chemistry and
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