If “Inner Earth” realms actually existed, Moebius would be their chronicler.
Vernadsky! …the Earth’s atmosphere itself, consisting primarily of oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon, is the creation of life. – Vernadsky Yeah, before Lovelock and the Gaia Hypothesis, long before Gorshkov / Makarieva’s “Biotic
James Dyke, writing at The Technosphere, Our Agency, Our Planet blog: As defined so far, there appears nothing to stop the technosphere liquidating most of the Earth’s biosphere to satisfy its growth.
1. Cascading ecosystem degradation from deforestation, overfishing, habitat destruction of insects and birds, etc. Pollutants in waterways including synthetic fertilizer loads and wipeout of invisible microbial and microrrhyzal ecosystems over large regions
For a few years we were looking for a neat table comparing all climate feedbacks side by side. Finally we found one in this new study about how feedbacks are handled in
Sophia bails from the Pleroma. She’s lost, stunned, crash-landed, shattered. She aborts this fetus that becomes Yahweh, and all his little archontic minions, mindlessly droning on, replicating. . . a perfect description of industrial society, its machinery, its robotic human behaviors? The biospheric womb giving birth to this other kind of thing, out of control, out of tune with its mother. . . glitchy spastic clanking non-breathing droidlettes minimalls tv hosts. . . fake fake fake…
Brief excerpt to entice you to read Dietmar Dath’s staggering but so far obscure bio-sci-fi blockbuster, The Abolition of Species
An excerpt from Vandana Singh’s short story, “Somadeva: A Sky River Sutra”