Gaia as Cyborg Revisited
On the evolution of machines
We’re Forgetting Something
We still don’t know how to make Gaias
Reworlding: The Art of Living Systems
Planetary science and cybernetic art
Gaia and a Second Axial Age
A planet-wide near death experience
Gaia as Cyborg
Autopoiesis in Donna Haraway's "Cyborgs and Symbionts"
Margulis, Autopoiesis, Gaia
Extending the Domain of Freedom
or Why Gaia Is So Hard to Understand
The Perceptual Implications of Gaia
Thoughts on the spirit of the atmosphere
Humanizing the Technosphere
Is technology the next biology?
How Life Self-Organizes
Flux, complexity, and wholes
Cognition not Consciousness
Gaian Systems for a Planetary Society
The Living Earth: Hypothesis or World View?
Notes on a metaphysical research program
Atlas for the End of the World
Are we Gaia or Narcissus?
Is humanity now integral to Gaia?
Thoughts on the supraorganism
Super or Supra? The difference that makes a difference
The subterranean ecosystem
A newly discovered ecosystem twice the size of world’s oceans
The Environment of Systems Theory in Margulis and Sagan
"Gaia is a tough bitch"
A 1995 interview with Lynn Margulis
The nature of holobionts
Understanding nested scales
Our Living Planet from Space
A NASA visualization of Gaian systems
One Strange Rock: Gasp
The Gaian systems of planetary breathing
James Lovelock interview
An interview with CBC radio
The Goddess of the Earth
A 1985 documentary about the Gaia Hypothesis
Lynn Margulis presents the Gaia Hypothesis
A talk to NASA in 1984
Gaia theory as systems theory
Some cybernetic semantics