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  • In four decades of research and experiment, the most famous being the "Daisyworld" � model, Lovelock has overcome the once-widespread skepticism of his peers to officially move Gaia from a Hypothesis to a Theory.

    The Dark Side of Climate Change: It's Already Too Late, Cap and Trade Is a Scam, and Only the Few Will Survive

  • Personally I have always felt that while the Gaia theory had a certain appeal, Daisyworld is still one of the best ways to explain a particular ecological principle for instance but it is not without it's critics, and probably rightly so.

    The Swarm - Frank Schätzing

  • Chu's proposal bears a lot of resemblance to Andrew Watson and James Lovelock's 1983 computer simulation of life on a fictitious planet called Daisyworld.

    Scientific Blogging

  • The twist in this model is that Daisyworld, like our world, is becoming warmer.

    Scientific Blogging

  • Today Daisyworld provides a very obvious analogy to Chu's white roofs and pale roads.

    Scientific Blogging

  • If nothing else was changing in Daisyworld, the daisy population might stay near some equilibrium fraction that kept the temperature stable.

    Scientific Blogging

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