Our inquiry into human gestation as planetary geophysiology is revealing the extra-embryonic compartment to be a practicable model for organizing knowledge of the biosphere (gaia); and likewise, the various arrangements of the embryo/fetal package are drawing a holonomic map of a global implicate organism (gnosa), which has co-arisen with(in) the biosphere as a separable, but systemically coupled, entity.
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Identic function will be realized through a comparison of their developmental courses.
We are constructing a comparative timeline to further this direction.
A scientific description of this entity can be initiated through configuring fetal neuro-cardio algorithms as lattice for ordering the evolution of global semiotic consciousness.
We endeavor to ascertain the placenta's role in fetal dreaming while transposing that info-imagery onto the planet's eukaryotic burgeon.
The gestational analog is located in the finalizing terrain of fetal endo-psychism.
We monitor research in parturient psycho-physiology seeking isometry with Gaia's hominid era.
Extra-embryonic development holologically portrays the evolution of the biosphere.
Fetal gestation choreomaps the supersensible autopoietics that comprise a global implicate organism.
The organizational dynamics of human birth describe the crucible that our planet has become, offering the conceptual framework for integrating human knowledge with future planetary behavior.