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Ccount of life in Biosphere 2 By One Of The by one of the A lot of scientific stuff that bogs it down a bit but interesting overall I am immensely torn about this book On the one hand Biosphere 2 is "an amazing architectural and technological accomplishment Arguably it s a scientific achievement as well On the other "amazing architectural and technological accomplishment Arguably it s a scientific achievement as well On the other I found myself disliking many of the people who inhabited or managed it The individuals who went in were all affluent privileged folks who could magically afford to take two years off from their lives to play at being astronauts They lost a ton of weight from a mostly vegetarian diet and suffered a variety of ailments from a steady loss of oxygen in their habitat They split into politely but passive aggressively warring camps with their attitudes and mental states worsening due to the lack of CALORIES AND OXYGEN I WONDER TRULY IF HUMANITY WILL and oxygen I wonder truly if humanity will able I ve been looking into books about the actual study of people in psychologically strange circumstances This is one where ight people were closed inside a massive airtight greenhouse for two years In it coalesce the stories of hippies striving for Clue by Clue environmental harmony hard science space age oriented unforgivablyfficient agriculture human psycho drama and a science mystery thriller Now the reader may wonder how in the world is this not the top selling book of the last few decades And how can the popular discussion of Enticed By You (by You, ecology be just about silent on an 200 million 8400 suare metre airtight greenhouse including a sample rain forest coral reef wetlands savanna desert and an agricultural system along with living uarters all of which has been tested in the two year mission This book tells an insider s story of that mission and while it has all the prescriptions fornormous success the book simply doesn t bear it out It s not that it s boring it s just not fascinating in the way for instance the Feynman stories are This is simply the story of the Ngôi nhà xưa everyday life of the Biosphere inhabitants the drama that unfolded during their stay and useful hints for any future long term spacexploration It tells you about the science and technology behind the greenhouse Firing Schedules for Glass - The Kiln Companion explains the agricultural techniues crops and animals used and why they were chosen tells about the hunt for the missing carbon dioxide It s oftenxciting and it s certainly a uniue story but it s simply not a hit. N a riveting fast paced trip through shattered lives scientific discovery cults love fears of insanity and inspiring human Adam and the Ants endurance Theight biospherians who closed themselves into the Biosphere merged 730 days later much wiser thinner and having done what many had said was impossible. ,

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Interesting recap of the Biosphere II Return to Doomstar (Doomstar 2) experiment Unfortunately the book is badlydited Oh man I am totally obsessed with Biosphere 2 again This was xactly what i needed The information on the web is pretty paltry so this was a solid behind the scenes account of what was going on I will probably need to read one book on the subject ither John Allen s or Abigail Alling s There was so much contention and all "the participants inside the dome and outside fell into two warring "participants inside the dome and outside fell into two warring Jane s book seems pretty ven Handed Logical And I Can T Help But Feel and logical I can t help but feel to it But i think for a true understanding it s best to get multiple points of view Alling apparently was responsible for sabotaging the second mission by opening all the airlocks Which is weird since she was a Biospherian in the first mission I d love to try and understand what her logic was Also I want to go visit it ASAP A detailed account of one of the largest scale xperiments in recent history from one of its original participants I m not sure I needed the blow by blow descriptions of IGNITING THE FIRE (The Crow Academy Book 1) every argument the crew and management had withach other but it does provide a vivid Moobli example of what happens to human psychology when you confineight people to a small space for two years So far 1st 2 chapters the book seems to be I grew up so rich that I didn t have The Secret Art of Great Conversation experiences in Nature I grew up so rich that it was hard for me to tell my parents that I didn t want to do the career they told me to do Poor girl Next she lives in an art gallery with a bunch of hippies and studies meditation I was REALLY interested in the Biosphere 2xperience but it doesn t seem to be about that After reading other reviews that indicate there weren t SCIENTISTS in the dome just rich hippiesartistsactors I can see there s not a lot of Comic Print and Theatre in Early Modern Amsterdam educational value to look forward to PS Her big point about 2 years AND TWENTY MINUTES in the biosphere seems so pompous self centered and UGH don t get me started The Human Experiment is a must read for anyone who still uestions the complexity or fragility of our planet snvironmentIt s the story of Digital Trust eight biospherians who spent two virtually uninterrupted years in thearly 90 s inside a sealed Tootles The Taxi And Other Rhymes environment called Biosphere 2 Earth is Biosphere 1 designed to duplicate Earth scology on a smaller scale No material was allowed in or out during the On My Knees (Stark International Trilogy, entire. It's a story that has never been told until now Imagine being sealed into a closednvironment for two years cut off from the outside world with only seven other people nduring never nding hunger severely low levels of oxygen and xtremely difficult relationships Crew members strug. Two years All food water and ven the air they breathed was produced within the 38 acre structure which had five biomes representing the most important The Hate U Give ecological zones on Earth This isxactly the type of Building Vocabulary Skills environment people would have to live in if they wanted to colonize Mars or some other far flung planetIt s hard to decide which is scarier the almost clownish debates between the top scientists of the day about how the plants animals humans and billions of microbes contained within the mininvironment would interact in a closed system or the desperate fight by the biospherians to control the levels of carbon dioxide Sheet Metal Shop Practice exhaled by animals and produced by many other biological processes versus the levels of oxygen generated by the plant life within the structure sound familiarThe book is also a fascinating study of human interactions in a closed system The biospherians good friends at the outsetventually formed into two opposing groups who were spitting on Cait and the Devil each other by the time thexperiment was overFascinating in so many ways interaction between man and the nvironment between project management and the captive biospherians between the project and the press between the management and the scientists they hired to oversee the xperimentHighly recommended This was an okay book I mean I m interested in the topic and getting a first hand account of what really went on in Biosphere 2 was really interesting but This was the worst book I have read in a long time I was so fascinated by the idea of the biosphere after seeing it in Arizona But this book was just so poorly written How the writer could take such a fascinating topic and make this so boring is
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First it took through about a third of the book before we Biggles In The Antarctic even got into the biosphere Next the most detailed writing was the lists of foods they ate which seemed copied from a journalntry Then I was so appalled at the lack of science "I didn t realize the first people in the biosphere weren t scientists but instead a bunch "didn t realize the first people in the biosphere weren t scientists but instead a bunch people who knew An Unofficial Encyclopedia of Strategy for Fortniters each other from a theater group I could have forgiven that if the story had been better written I almost didn t finish this book but I was so interested in the subject matter I kept hoping I d getven just a small nugget of something that made it worthwhile but I ve read text books that were interesting an interesting Gled to survive in Biosphere 2 where they swore nothing would go in or out no food or water not ven air all in the name of science For the first time biospherian Jane Poynter who lived and loved in the Biosphere is ready to share what really happened in there She takes readers .
The Human Experiment Two Years and Twenty Minutes Inside Biosphere 2