Biophilia


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Biophilia

Theory developed by biologist Edward O. Wilson suggesting that humans have an innate affinity for nature.
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Another example of biophilia that has been studied in some depth includes the ideal environment.
My hit singles include Hyperballad and It's Oh So Quiet, and my current album is entitled Biophilia.
Specialists will emerge with deep, narrow understandings of standards, legislation, sustainable design, controls and building operating systems, wireless protocols, the integration of SSL into other building components, the chemistry and production of solid-state sources including LED, OLED, lasers and beyond, and the three bios--photobiology, lighting biomimicry and biophilia as examples.
The programme looks at Bjork's latest interactive album, Biophilia, and how music exists in the natural world, with Sir David showcasing the reed warbler and blue whales, as well as his own passion for music.
Bjork is a huge Iris van Herpen fan and has worn dresses from several of her collections, including a bronze dress with a harp for a belt for the cover photo of her recent album Biophilia.
The concept o/ biophilia and students' relationships with plants are integral components.
Wilson, Harvard biologist and the 1999 Humanist of the Year, points out that human beings have an instinctual biological drive toward what he calls biophilia.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Scott Snibbe Studio, developer of best selling entertainment apps for the iPad including Bjork's Biophilia, has released its first Android App - Gravilux - exclusively through the Amazon Appstore for Android and Amazon's Kindle Fire.
30pm nightly: BjEaA[micro]rk: Biophilia Live (January 16-19) and Werner Herzog's The Wild Blue Yonder (January 21-24).
In this way it is like the biophilia hypothesis: empirical support for strong biophilic tendencies absent early experience of nature-rich environments is similarly weak (compare Joyce and De Block, 2011).
The concept was born from Bjork's revolutionary music project, Biophilia, a fascinating exploration into the crossroads which join nature, music and technology.
The 45 year old Icelandic soprano has been quiet since Biophilia, released along with a heap of apps to accompany each track(