On Growth and Form: Biological Energy

17 June 2007 at 12:34 am 1 comment

I just picked up John Whitfield’s In the Beat of a Heart: Life, Energy, and the Unity of Nature, whose book flap says the following:

Scientists have recently discovered a unifying principle that joins all life on Earth, and that unifying principle is based on energy. Visionary biologists have advanced a new theory that explains how all the living creatures of the world–from the tiny amoeba to the vast  rain forest–are constructed, providing a fresh perspective on the essential interconnectivity of living systems.

I am very excited about this book–it is very much in line with my concept of energonomics.  I’ll share the insights I learn as I work my way through it.

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Entry filed under: books, energonomics, science.

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  • 1. The Energonomics of the Brain « Scholaris Erratus  |  10 October 2007 at 12:44 am

    […] back called In the Beat of a Heart: Life, Energy, and the Unity of Nature, (see my entry “On Growth and Form” from June 2007) which I am now eager to pick up again and […]

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