What is Gaia?

  • (noun): (Greek mythology) goddess of the earth and mother of Cronus and the Titans in ancient mythology.
    Synonyms: Gaea, Ge

Gaia

Gaia or gaea ( /ˈɡeɪ.ə/ or /ˈɡaɪ.ə/), deriving from the Ancient Greek Γαῖα, denotes "land" or "earth." It may also refer to:

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Gaia - Other Uses
... Gaia, the Earth in New Age Gaian spirituality Gaia Earth Sciences, oilfield services company Gaea Japan, wrestling promotion Gaia Online, social networking website Gaia Power Technologies ...
List Of Characters In The Percy Jackson And The Olympians Series And In The Heroes Of Olympus Series - Giants
... Alcyoneus A giant whom Gaia tried to force Hazel to resurrect around World War II, Alcyoneus rose again in the The Son of Neptune ... Like the other giants, he was created by Gaia specifically to oppose one of the Olympian gods ... Ephialtes and Otis The twin Aloadae are awakened in The Mark of Athena by Gaia ...
Gaia Girls
... Gaia Girls is the title of the seven-book series of children's books by Lee Welles, published by Chelsea Green Publishing in Vermont ... It focuses on the dying earth (Gaia), and girl with the powers to control their element ...
Sustainable Retreat - Career - Gaia
... Further information Gaia hypothesis First formulated by Lovelock during the 1960s as a result of work for NASA concerned with detecting life on Mars, the Gaia hypothesis proposes that living and non-living ... Named after the Greek goddess Gaia at the suggestion of novelist William Golding, the hypothesis postulates that the biosphere has a regulatory effect on the Earth's environment that acts to sustain life ... While the Gaia hypothesis was readily accepted by many in the environmentalist community, it has not been widely accepted within the scientific community ...
Christian Schøyen - Bibliography
... The Life Trilogy (GAIA, 2013) ... ISBN 978-146755759-7 The Hidden Job Market Secrets of an International Headhunter (GAIA, 2013) ... Can People Change? When trapped in a bubble (GAIA, 2012) ...