Gaia's Dance, Part I

August 20, 2021 Cristina Redko/Elisabet Sahtouris Episode 11
Gaia's Dance, Part I
Show Notes

Gaia’s Dance, Part I

Conversations with Elisabet Sahtouris, scientist, evolution biologist and futurist. Professor Sahtouris is an international sustainability consultant to businesses, government agencies and other organizations. In her book, Gaia’s Dance, Elisabet Sahtouris describes the scientific story of evolution showing parallels with the ancient Greek story of Earth, while unfolding it scientifically to reveal how our own amazing bodies trace their roots to ancient bacterial cooperatives and how the essence of biological evolution is a repeating maturation process in which youthful competition gives way to mature cooperation. As we learn how our own smart molecule proteins manage our cellular economies, she shows how we ourselves can navigate the perfect storm of crises we face and mature quickly into a healthy, cooperative human future.

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Thank you,

Cristina Redko, PhD

Key Sources:

Elisabet Sahtouris. Gaia’s Dance: The Story of Earth & Us,  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018

See also

Piano pieces interpreted by Justin Allan: “Old French Song” by Tchaikovsky; “Tango” by Carolyn Miller; “L’Adieu” by George Peter Tingle, “Haunted Hollow” by Kevin Olson 

Theme music created by Tim Moor. Source:



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