Re: Big Bang: How widely accepted?

Peter Ceresole (
Tue, 05 Sep 1995 16:06:28 +0100

In article <>, (Robert Roosen) wrote:

> In fact, Lovelock's Gaia hypothesis is a much more popular view
>of the origin of life and is a far more satisfactory basis for a globally
>acceptable cosmology.

The Gaia hypothesis is merely a restatement of Darwinism, but it has
acquired a load of mystical crap which seems to attract the ignorant (I
don't think that Lovelock intended that to happen, but it has).

> For physicists, the Big Bang may be good enough. For humans, it
>is sadly limited and crippling.

For ignorant and lazy humans that might be true.