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Book chapters

  1. ‘Cancer as a reversion to an ancestral phenotype,’ Kimberly J. Bussey & Paul C.W. Davies in The Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology. Eds. Bernhard Strauss, Marta Bertolaso, Ingemar Ernberg & Mina Bissell; MIT Press (in the press, accepted 10 September 2019).
  2. ‘The dark side of the universe,’ P.C.W. Davies in Unlocking the Universe by Stephen Hawking & Lucy Hawking; Puffin (2019).
  3. ‘Introduction,’ by Sara I. Walker, Paul C.W. Davies, George F.R. Ellis in From Matter to Life. Eds. Sara I. Walker, Paul C.W. Davies, George F.R. Ellis; Cambridge University Press (2017), 1-16.
  4. ‘The hard problem of life,’ Sara I. Walker & Paul C.W. Davies in From Matter to Life. Eds. Sara I. Walker, Paul C.W. Davies, George F.R. Ellis; Cambridge University Press (2017), 19-37.
  5. ‘Advanced LIGO and Advanced Virgo,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Know This. Ed. John Brockman; Harper Perennial (2017), 117-118.
  6. ‘A cosmic imperative: How easy is it for life to get started?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Aliens. Ed. Jim Al-Khalili; Picador (2016), 147-155.
  7. ‘Designed intelligence,’ Paul C.W. Davies in What To Think About Machines That Think. Ed. John Brockman; Harper Perennial (2015), 22-23.
  8. ‘Afterword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Drake Equation. Eds. Douglas Vakoch & Matthew Dowd; Cambridge University Press (2015), 298-310.
  9. ‘The somatic mutation theory of cancer,’ Paul C.W. Davies in This Idea Must Die. Ed. John Brockman; Harper Perennial (2015), 234-236.
  10. ‘Quantum weak measurements and cosmology,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Quantum Theory: A Two-Time Success Story. Eds. Daniele C. Struppa & Jeffrey M. Tollaksen; Springer (2014), 101-112.
  11. ‘Directionality principles from cancer to cosmology,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Complexity and the Arrow of Time. Eds. Charles H. Lineweaver, Paul C.W. Davies & Michael Ruse, Cambridge University Press (2013), 19-41.
  12. ‘What is complexity? Is it increasing?’ Charles H. Lineweaver, Paul C.W. Davies & Michael Ruse in Complexity and the Arrow of Time. Eds. Charles H. Lineweaver, Paul C.W. Davies & Michael Ruse, Cambridge University Press (2013), 3-16.
  13. ‘Afterword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Starship Century: Toward the Grandest Horizon. Eds. James Benford and Gregory Benford, Microwave Sciences (2013), 301-310.
  14. ‘Multiverse cosmology,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Astronomy Revolution: 400 years of exploring the cosmos. Eds. Donald G. York, Owen Gingerich & Shuang-Nan Zhang; Taylor and Francis (2012), 331-344.
  15. ‘Towards a theory of life,’ Steven A. Benner & Paul C.W. Davies in Frontiers of Astrobiology. Eds. Chris Impey, Jonathan Lunine & Jose Funes; Cambridge University Press (2012), 25-47.
  16. ‘Aurora – the first Martian – a vision of colonial life on the red planet,’ Paul C.W. Davies & Dirk Schulze-Makuch in A One Way Mission to Mars: Colonizing the Red Planet. Eds. Paul C.W. Davies & Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Cosmology Science Publishers (2011), 365.
  17. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies & Dirk Schulze-Makuch in A One Way Mission to Mars: Colonizing the Red Planet. Eds. Paul C.W. Davies & Dirk Schulze-Makuch; Cosmology Science Publishers (2011).
  18. ‘How mathematics is surprisingly useful in understanding the Universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in George and the Big Bang by Stephen Hawking & Lucy Hawking; Doubleday (2011), 202-247.
  19. ‘Why is the universe just right for life?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Astronomy and Civilization in the New Enlightenment. Eds. Anna T. Tymieniecka & Attila Grandpierre; special issue: Analecta Husserliana CVII, Springer Science and Business Media B.V. (2011), 199-209.
  20. ‘Universe from bit,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Information and the Nature of Reality: From Physics to Metaphysics. Eds. Paul C.W. Davies & Niels H. Gregersen; Cambridge University Press (2010), 65-117.
  21. ‘Where do the laws of physics come from?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Visions of Discovery: New Light on Physics, Cosmology, and Consciousness. Eds. Raymond Y. Chiao, Marvin L. Cohen, Anthony J. Leggett, William D. Phillips & Charles L. Harper, Jr.; Cambridge University Press (2010), 689-708.
  22. ‘Just typical: Our changing place in the universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Seeing Further: the story of science & The Royal Society. Ed. Bill Bryson (2010), 321-340.
  23. ‘The nature of the laws of physics and their mysterious bio-friendliness,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Science and Religion in Dialogue. Ed. M. Stewart; Blackwell (2010), 769-788.
  24. ‘Shadow biosphere,’ Paul C.W. Davies in This Will Change Everything: ideas that will shape the future. Ed. John Brockman; Harper (2010), 88-90.
  25. ‘Introduction: Does information matter?’ Paul C.W. Davies & Niels H. Gregersen in Information and the Nature of Reality: From Physics to Metaphysics. Eds. Paul C.W. Davies & Niels H. Gregersen; Cambridge University Press (2010), 1-10.
  26. ‘Life, mind, and culture as fundamental properties of the universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Cosmos and Culture. Eds. Steven J. Dick & Mark L. Lupisella; NASA Press (2009), 383-398.
  27. Reprinted section from The Goldilocks Enigma, Paul C.W. Davies in The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing. Ed. Richard Dawkins; Oxford University Press (2008), 323-331.
  28. ‘A one-way ticket to Mars,’ Paul C.W. Davies in What Are You Optimistic About? Ed. John Brockman; Harper (2007), 162-163.
  29. ‘Space destroyed and time obliterated,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Mind, Life and the Universe. Eds. Lynn Margulis & Eduardo Punset; Chelsea Green Publishing (2007), 309-318.
  30. ‘Universes galore: where will it all end?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Universe or Multiverse? Ed. Bernard Carr: Cambridge University Press (2007), 487-506.
  31. ‘The fight against global warming is lost,’ Paul C.W. Davies in What Is Your Dangerous Idea? Ed. John Brockman; Harper (2007), 43-44.
  32. ‘The implications of a holographic universe for complexity, quantum information and the nature of physical law,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Randomness & Complexity, from Leibniz to Chaitin. Ed. Cristian S. Calude; World Scientific (2007), 69-88.
  33. 33. ‘Fitness and the cosmic environment,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Fitness of the Cosmos for Life: Biochemistry and Fine-Tuning. Eds. John D. Barrow, Simon C. Morris, Stephen J. Freeland & Charles L. Harper, Jr.; Cambridge University Press (2007), 97-113.
  34. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Thinking About Gödel and Turing: Essays on complexity, 1970-2007 by Gregory Chaitin: World Scientific (2007), 1-2.
  35. ‘Flying apart,’ Paul C.W. Davies in My Einstein. Ed. John Brockman; Pantheon Books (2006), 223-234.
  36. ‘The physics of downward causation,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Re-Emergence of Emergence. Eds. Philip Clayton & Paul C.W. Davies; Oxford University Press (2006), 35-52.
  37. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Parallel Bang by Jack Bacon, Houston: Normandy House (2006).
  38. ‘Preface,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Re-Emergence of Emergence. Eds. Philip Clayton & Paul C.W. Davies; Oxford University Press (2006), ix-xii.
  39. ‘Are we alone in the universe?’ Paul C.W. Davies in What We Believe But Cannot Prove. Ed. John Brockman; The Free Press (2005), 17-18.
  40. ‘Life in a violent universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Conflict: Darwin College lecture series. Eds. Martin Jones & Andrew Fabian; Cambridge University Press (2005), 144-162.
  41. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Fred Hoyle: A life in science by Simon Mitton, London: Arum Press (2005) vii-xi.
  42. ‘Accentuating the negative,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Quantum: A Guide for the Perplexed. Ed. Jim Al-Khalili; Weidenfeld and Nicolson (2004), 210-212.
  43. ‘Cosmology calls,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Curious Minds. Ed. John Brockman; Pantheon Books (2004), 53-60.
  44. ‘John Archibald Wheeler and the clash of ideas,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Science and Ultimate Reality. Eds. John D. Barrow, Paul C.W. Davies & Charles L. Harper; Cambridge University Press (2004), 3-26.
  45. ‘Complexity and the arrow of time,’ Paul C.W. Davies in From Complexity to Life. Ed. Niels Gregerson; Oxford University Press (2003), 72-92.
  46. ‘The quest for the dream machine,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Frontiers 2002-2003: BK: Science and Technology. Tim Radford; Atlantic Books (2003).
  47. ‘Eternity: who needs it?’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Far Future Universe. Ed. George F.R. Ellis; Templeton Foundation Press (2002), 41-52.
  48. ‘Was there a second genesis?’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Next Fifty Years. Ed. John Brockman; Vintage (2002), 159-169.
  49. ‘Time travel,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Best Australian Essays 2001. Ed. Peter Craven; Melbourne: Black Inc. (2001), 537-543.
  50. ‘The ingeniously ordered universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Time and Tide. Arlesford: John Hunt Publishing (2001).
  51. ‘Physics and life,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The First Steps in the Origin of Life in the Universe. Eds. Julian Chela-Flores, Tobias Owen & Francois Raulin; Kluwer (2001), 11-20.
  52. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in To Mars and Beyond: search for the origins of life. Ed. Malcolm Walter; Art Exhibitions Australia (2001), 10-12.
  53. ‘Mystery at the end of the universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Book of the Cosmos. Dennis R. Danielson; Helix (2000), 516-521.
  54. ‘Biological determinism, information theory and the origin of life,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Many Worlds. Ed. Steven Dick; Templeton Foundation Press (2000), 15-30.
  55. ‘Three “origin” mysteries,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Predictions: 30 great minds on the future. Ed. Sian Griffiths; Oxford University Press (1999), 47.
  56. ‘Is the universe bio-friendly,’ P.C.W. Davies in Origin of Intelligent Life in the Universe. R. Colombo; Edizione New Press (1999), 27-35.
  57. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Search for Life on Mars by Malcolm Walter, Sydney: Allen & Unwin (1999), xi-xii.
  58. ‘Introduction,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Eclipse by Duncan Steel; Headline (1999).
  59. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Wizards of Oz by Peter Spinks; Allen & Unwin (1999).
  60. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Ball Lightning - An Unsolved Problem in Atmospheric Physics by Mark Stenhoff; Kluwer/Plenum (1999), vi-vii.
  61. ‘What caused the big bang?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Modern Cosmology & Philosophy. Ed. John Leslie; Amherst: Prometheus (1998), 226-239.
  62. ‘Are we alone?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Exobiology: Matter, Energy, and Information in the Origin and Evolution of Life in the Universe. Eds. Julian Chela-Flores & Francois Raulin; Kluwer (1998), 61-136.
  63. ‘Did Earthlife come from Mars?’ Paul C.W. Davies in in Exobiology: Matter, Energy, and Information in the Origin and Evolution of Life in the Universe. Eds. Eds. Julian Chela-Flores & Francois Raulin; Kluwer (1998), 241-244.
  64. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Patterns in the Sand by Terry Bossomaier & David Green; Allen & Unwin (1998) iv-x.
  65. ‘Laws of nature: extracting sense from a noisy universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Futures and Directions: Tableau 2, Tableaux Networks, Cork RTC (1997), 23-30.
  66. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Ripples on a Cosmic Sea by David Blair & Geoff McNamara; Allen & Unwin (1997), ix-xiii.
  67. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Cosmic Bullets by Roger Clay & Bruce Dawson; Allen & Unwin (1997), i-vii.
  68. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Quantum Technology by Gerard Milburn; Allen & Unwin (1996), i-ix.
  69. ‘Algorithmic compressibility, fundamental and phenomenological laws,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Laws of Nature. Ed. Friedel Weinert; Walter de Gruyter (1995), 248-267.
  70. ‘The birth of the cosmos,’ Paul C.W. Davies in God, Cosmos, Nature and Creativity. Jill Gready; Scottish Academic Press (1995), 1-49.
  71. ‘What happened before the big bang?’ Paul C.W. Davies in How Things Are. Eds. John Brockman & Katinka Matson; William Morrow (1995), 29-35.
  72. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Six Easy Pieces by Richard Feynman; Addison-Wesley (1995).
  73. ‘The Mind of God,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Physics and Our View of the World. Ed. Jan Hilgevoord; Cambridge University Press (1994), 226-238.
  74. ‘Stirring up trouble,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Physical Origins of Time Asymmetry. Eds. J. J. Halliwell, Juan Pérez-Mercader & Wojciech. H. Zurek; Cambridge University Press (1994), 119-130.
  75. ‘Foreword,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Riddles in Your Teacup by Partha Ghose & Dipankar Home; Institute of Physics Publishing (1994), ix-x.
  76. ‘The mystery of consciousness,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Thinking: International Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Ed. John Edwards; Melbourne: Hawker-Brownlow Publishing (1993), 35-49.
  77. ‘The intelligibility of nature,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Quantum Cosmology and the Laws of Nature. Eds. Robert Russell, Nancey Murphy & C. J. Isham; Vatican Observatory Foundation (1993), 145-162.
  78. ‘Black hole thermodynamics and time asymmetry,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Enigma of Time. Ed. P. T. Landsberg: Adam Hilger (1992), 178-189.
  79. ‘Introduction,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Character of Physical Law by Richard Feynman; Penguin (1992), 7-12.
  80. ‘Is the Universe a machine?’ Paul C.W. Davies in The New Scientist Guide to Chaos. Ed. Nina Hall; Penguin (1991), 213-221
  81. ‘The first one second of the universe,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Images of the Universe. Eds. C. A. Ronan, P. A. Moore & C. Stott; Cambridge University Press (1991), 199-214.
  82. ‘What are the laws of nature?’ P.C.W. Davies in Valori, Scienza e Trascendenza. Ed. M. Pacini; Edizioni della Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli (1990), 93.
  83. ‘What caused the big bang?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Physical Cosmology and Philosophy. Ed. John Leslie; Macmillan (1990), 220-230.
  84. ‘Why is the universe knowable?’ Paul C.W. Davies in Mathematics and Science. Ed. Ronald Mickens; World Scientific Press (1990), 14-34.
  85. ‘Quantum field theory in curved space-time,’ Paul C.W. Davies in General Relativity and Gravitation. Ed. A. Held; Plenum (1990), 250-263.
  86. ‘The creative cosmos,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Whole and Its Parts. Ed. W. A. Koch; Brockmeyer (1989), 46.
  87. ‘The physics of complex organization,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Theoretical Biology: epigenetic order from complex systems. Eds. Brian Goodwin & P. Saunders; Edinburgh University Press (1989), 101-111.
  88. ‘Foreword,’ P.C.W. Davies in Physics and Philosophy by Werner Heisenberg, London: Penguin (1989).
  89. ‘A cosmic blueprint,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Teilhard Review: The Ninth Annual Teilhard Lecture 23 (69), (1988).
  90. ‘Time asymmetry and quantum mechanics,’ Paul C.W. Davies in The Nature of Time. Eds. Raymond Flood and Michael Lockwood; Blackwell (1986), 99-112
  91. ‘Joining forces in electroweak theory,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Building the Universe. Ed. Christine Sutton; Basil Blackwell & New Scientist (1985), 198-209.
  92. ‘Particles do not exist,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Quantum Theory of Gravity. Ed. Steven M. Christensen; Adam Hilger (1984), 66-76.
  93. ‘Time and reality,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Time, Reduction and Reality. Ed. Richard Healey; Cambridge University Press (1981), 63-78.
  94. ‘Is thermodynamic gravity a route to quantum gravity?’ P.C.W. Davies in Quantum Gravity II. Eds. Chris J. Isham, Roger Penrose & Dennis W. Sciama; Oxford University Press (1981), 183-220.
  95. ‘Cosmological aspects of time asymmetry,’ Paul C.W. Davies in Entropy and Information in Science and Philosophy. Eds. Libor Kubát & Jiri Zeman; Academia (1975), 7–28.

Refereed conference proceedings

  1. ‘Informational architecture to characterize controllability of biological networks,’ H. Kim, P.C.W. Davies & S.I. Walker in Proceedings of the Conference on Complex Systems, Amsterdam, 19-22 Sept. 2016.
  2. ‘Quantifying non-trivial open-ended evolution reveals necessary and sufficient conditions,’ A. Adams, H. Zenil, P.C.W. Davies and S.I. Walker in Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Open-Ended Evolution held at Artificial Life XV, Cancun Mexico, July 2016.
  3. ‘The informational architecture of the cell,’ S.I. Walker, H.J. Kim & P.C.W. Davies in Proceedings of the Conference on Complex Systems Sept 2015, Tempe AZ.
  4. ‘Informational architecture of biological networks,’ H.J. Kim, P.C.W. Davies and S.I. Walker in Proceedings of the Astrobiology Science Conference 2015: Habitability, Habitable Worlds and Life June 2015, Chicago.
  5. ‘Emergence of open-ended evolution in a minimalistic model of interactive cellular automata with global control,’ A. Adams, H. Zenil, P.C.W. Davies and S.I. Walker in Proceedings of the Astrobiology Science Conference 2015: Habitability, Habitable Worlds and Life June 2015, Chicago.
  6. ‘Self-referencing cellular automata: A model of the evolution of information control in biological systems,’ T. Pavlic, A.M. Adams, P.C.W. Davies and S.I. Walker in Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, 14 (2014), 522-529.
  7. ‘Informational architecture of the fission yeast cell-cycle regulatory network,’ H.J. Kim, P.C.W. Davies & S.I. Walker in ALIFE 14: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems, 14 (2014) 569-570.
  8. ‘Evolutionary transitions and top-down causation,’ L. Cisneros, S.I. Walker & P.C.W. Davies in Proceedings of Artificial Life 13, (2013), 283-290.
  9. ‘Rise of information in the origins of life,’ S.I. Walker and P.C.W. Davies, Abstracts of the American Chemical Society, 243, Washington DC, USA (2012).
  10. ‘Searching for an alternative form of life on Earth,’ P.C. W. Davies in Proceedings of SPIE (2007) 6694-19.
  11. ‘The search for life in the universe,’ P.C.W. Davies in From Stars to Brains: A conference organised by Manning Clark House in honour of Professor Paul Davies. Ed. A. Glikson; Manning Clark House Inc. (2006), 9-24.
  12. ‘Bacterial utilization of L-Sugars and D-amino acids,’ Elena V. Pikuta, Richard B. Hoover, Brig Klyce, Paul C.W. Davies & Pauline Davies in Proceedings of SPIE’s 47th annual meeting, San Diego (August 2006), A 1-12.
  13. ‘Chirality, quantum mechanics and biological determinism,’ P.C.W. Davies in Proceedings of SPIE’s 47th annual meeting, San Diego (2006), 630908-
  14. ‘The search for life in the universe,’ P.C.W. Davies in Proceedings of SPIE’s 46th annual meeting, San Diego (2005), 580601-
  15. ‘Physics for the Third Millennium,’ P.C.W. Davies in Humanity 3000 Seminar 4 Proceedings, Bellevue: Foundation for the Future, (2004), 75-86.
  16. ‘Quantum mechanics and the origin of life,’ P.C.W. Davies in Life Among the Stars: Proceedings of the 213th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Hamilton Island, Australia, 8-12 July 2002. Eds. R. Norris and F. Stootman; Astronomical Society of the Pacific (2004), 237-
  17. ‘Quantum fluctuations and life,’ P.C.W. Davies in Noise and Information in Nanoelectronic, Sensors and Standards II, SPIE proceedings 5472, Bellingham, Washington: SPIE (2004), 1-10.
  18. ‘The importance of being a clever country,’ P.C.W. Davies in Report of the First Annual Future Summit. Ed. M. Roux; Melbourne: Australian Davos Connection (6-8 May 2004), 76-
  19. ‘Quantum clocks and the foundations of relativity,’ P.C.W. Davies in Noise and Information in Nanoelectronic, Sensors and Standards II, SPIE proceedings 5472, Bellingham: SPIE (2004), 87-96.
  20. ‘Vacuum viscosity and quantum noise: from atoms to galaxies,’ P.C.W. Davies in Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations; Proceedings of UPoN'99, Adelaide. Eds. D. Abbott and L. Kish; American Institute of Physics (2000), 16-
  21. ‘Are we alone? The search for life beyond Earth,’ P.C.W. Davies in Science, Ethics and Human Destiny. Ed. D. Glynn, Toronto: Couchiching Institute of Public Affairs (1999), 44-50.
  22. ‘When do rotating detectors respond?’ P.C.W. Davies, Tevian Dray & Corinne A. Manogue, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology, Kluwer (1998), 255-256.
  23. ‘The transfer of viable micro-organisms between planets,’ P.C.W. Davies in Evolution of Hydrothermal Ecosystems on Earth (and Mars?): Proceedings of the CIBA Foundation Symposium No. 20. Ed. G. Brock and J. Goode. New York: Wiley (1996), 304-318.
  24. ‘La comparsa delle mente nel cosmo,’ (‘The emergence of mind in the cosmos”) P.C.W. Davies in Terzo Millennio: Proceedings of the International School of Plasma Physics “Piero Caldirola.” Eds.G. Giorello & E. Sindoni; Casale Monferrato (1995), 133-
  25. ‘Chaos,’ P.C.W. Davies in Immagini e Metafore della Scienza: Proceedings of the Spoleto Festival. Ed. L. Preta (1992), 74-
  26. ‘Why is the physical world so comprehensible?’ P.C.W. Davies in Complexity, Entropy and the Physics of Information, SFI Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Vol. VIII. Ed. W.H. Zurek; Addison-Wesley (1990), 61-71.
  27. ‘What are the laws of nature?’ P.C.W. Davies in The Reality Club Number 2. Ed. J. Brockman; Elsevier (1990), 45.
  28. ‘The cosmic blueprint,’ P.C.W. Davies in What Does It Mean To Be Human? Proceedings of the Second Yoko Civilization International Conference, Takayama, Japan: Yoko Civilization Research Institute (28 Oct - 1 Nov. 1989), 112.
  29. ‘Quantum effects in background gravitational fields,’ P.C.W. Davies in Origin and Early History of the Universe, Proceedings of the 26th Liege International Astrophysical Colloquium. Ed. J. Demaret; University of Liege Press (1987), 79.
  30. ‘Temperature-dependent G and black hole thermodynamics,’ P.C.W. Davies in Quantum Gravity. Ed. M. Markov; Institute for Nuclear Research of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. (1981), 291-301.
  31. ‘Space-time singularities in cosmology and black hole evaporation,’ P.C.W. Davies in The Study of Time III. Eds. J. T. Fraser, N. Lawrence and D. Clark; Springer-Verlag, (1978), 74-93.
  32. ‘Stress tensor calculations and conformal anomalies,’ P.C.W. Davies in Eighth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics. Ed. M. D. Papagiannis; New York Academy of Sciences (1977), 166-185.
  33. ‘Particle creation and geometry,’ P.C.W. Davies in Proceedings of the First Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity. R. Ruffini; Elsevier (1977), 507-510.

Refereed journal articles

  1. K. J. Bussey, P. C. W. Davies (2021). Reverting to single-cell biology: The predictions of the atavism theory of cancer. Progress of Biophysics and Molecular Biology.
  2. A. Blackburn, K. Bussey, P. Davies C. Lineweaver. Cancer Progression as a Sequence of Atavistic Reversions Bioessays 43(7). July 2021.
  3. J Bell, G Bianconi, D Butler, J Crowcroft, P C W Davies, C Hicks, H Kim, I Z Kiss, F Di Lauro, C Maple, A Paul, M Prokopenko, P Tee, and S Walker. (2021). Beyond COVID-19: network science and sustainable exit strategies. Journal of Physics: Complexity, 2(2).
  4. Zhou, J.X., Cisneros, L., Knijnenburg, T., Trachana, K., Davies, P.C.W. & Huang, S. (2018). Phylostratigraphic analysis of tumor and developmental transcriptomes reveals relationship between oncogenesis, phylogenesis and ontogenesis. Convergent Science: Physical Oncology, 4(2), 025002, 1-29.
  5. Adams, A., Berner, A., Davies, P.C.W. & Walker S.I. (2017). Physical universality, state-dependent dynamical laws and open-ended evolution. Entropy 19(9), 461-481.
  6. Cisneros, L., Bussey, K.J., Orr, A.J., Miočević, M., Lineweaver, C.H. & Davies, P.C.W. (2017). Ancient genes establish stress-induced mutation as a hallmark of cancer. PloS One, 12(4), e0176258, 1-15.
  7. Bussey, K.J., Cisneros, L.H., Lineweaver, C.H. & Davies, P.C.W. (2017). Ancestral gene regulatory networks drive cancer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114(24), 6160-6162.
  8. Adams, A., Zenil, H., Davies, P.C.W. & Walker, S.I. (2017). Formal definitions of unbounded evolution and innovation reveal universal mechanisms for open-ended evolution in dynamical systems. Scientific Reports, 7, 997-1012.
  9. Davies, P.C.W. & Walker, S.I. (2016). The hidden simplicity of biology. Reports on Progress in Physics, 79(10), 102601, 1-18.
  10. Davies, P.C.W. & Agus, D.B. (2016). Stochasticity and determinism in cancer creation and progression. Convergent Science: Physical Oncology, 1(2), 026003, 1-4.
  11. Walker, S.I., Kim, H. & Davies, P.C.W. (2016). The informational architecture of the cell. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, 374, 2063, 1-20.
  12. Kim, H., Davies, P.C.W. & Walker, S.I. (2015). New scaling relation for information transfer in biological networks. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 12(113), 20150944, 1-11.
  13. Wu, A., Zhang, Q., Lambert, G., Khin, Z., Gatenby, R.A., Kim, H.J., Pourmand, N. Bussey, K., Davies, P.C.W., Sturm, J.C. & Austin, R.H. (2015). Ancient hot and cold genes and chemotherapy resistance emergence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(33), 10467-10472.
  14. Davies, P.C.W. (2014). The arrow of time. Euresis, 7, 25-37.
  15. Davies, P.C.W. (2014). Origin (and end) of the universe. In Golden Jubilee Lectures of the India International Centre, 2012.
  16. Walker, S. I., Davies, P.C.W. Samantray, P. & Aharonov, Y. (2014). Quantum non-barking dogs. New Journal of Physics, 16(6), 063026, 1-14.
  17. Lineweaver, C.H., Davies, P.C.W. & Vincent, M.D. (2014). Targeting cancer's weaknesses (not its strengths): Therapeutic strategies suggested by the atavistic model. BioEssays, 36(9), 827-835.
  18. Davies, P.C.W. (2013). Implications of read-write genomics for cancer biology. Comment on "How life changes itself: The Read-Write (RW) genome" by James A. Shapiro. Physics of Life Reviews, 10(3), 338-340.
  19. Schulze-Makuch, D. & Davies, P.C.W. (2013). Destination mars: colonization via initial one-way missions. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 66, 11-14.
  20. Davies, P.C.W. (2013). The nature of the laws of physics and their mysterious bio-friendliness. Euresis, 5, 15-37.
  21. Davies, P.C.W. (2013). Exposing cancer’s deep evolutionary roots. Physics World, 26(7), 37-40.
  22. Davies, P.C.W., Rieper, E. & Tuszynski, J. A. (2013). Self-organization and evolution reduction in a living cell. Biosystems, 111(1), 1-10.
  23. Walker, S.I. & Davies, P.C.W. (2013). The algorithmic origins of life. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 10(79), 20120869, 1-9.
  24. Davies, P.C.W. & Moss, I.G. (2012). Cosmological bounds on tachyonic neutrinos. Astroparticle Physics, 35(10), 679-680.
  25. Davies, P.C.W., Demetrius, L.A. & Tuszynski, J.A. (2012). Implications of quantum metabolism and natural selection for the origin of cancer cells and tumor progression. AIP Advances, 2(1), 011101, 1-14.
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  28. Davies, P.C.W. (2012). Footprints of alien technology. Acta Astronautica, 73, 250-257.
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  33. Davies, P.C.W. & Lineweaver, C.H. (2011). Cancer tumors as Metazoa 1.0: tapping genes of ancient ancestors. Physical Biology, 8(1), 010201, 1-7.
  34. Davies, P.C.W. (2011). Searching for a shadow biosphere on Earth as a test of the ‘cosmic imperative’. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A 369, 624-632.
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  39. Davies, P.C.W. (2008). Constraints on the value of the fine structure constant from gravitational thermodynamics. International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 47(7), 1949-1953.
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  41. Davies, P.C.W. (2008). Betting on black holes. Nature, 454(7204), 579-580.
  42. Davies, P.C.W. (2007). The implications of a cosmological information bound for complexity, quantum information and the nature of physical law. Fluctuation and Noise Letters, 7(04), C37-C50.
  43. Davies, P.C.W. (2007). Are aliens among us? Scientific American, 62.
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  45. Davies, P.C.W. (2005). Quantum vacuum friction. Journal of Optics B: Quantum and Semiclassical Optics, 7(3), S40-S46.
  46. Davies, P.C.W. (2005). Quantum tunneling time. American Journal of Physics, 73(1), 23-27.
  47. Davies, P.C.W. (2005). A quantum recipe for life. Nature, 437(7060), 819-819.
  48. Davies, P.C.W. (2005). The arrow of time. Astronomy & Geophysics, 46(1), 1-26.
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  50. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Emergent biological principles and the computational properties of the universe: explaining it or explaining it away? Complexity, 10(2), 11-15.
  51. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Does quantum mechanics play a non-trivial role in life? Biosystems, 78(1), 69-79.
  52. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Transit time of a freely falling quantum particle in a background gravitational field. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 21(10), 5677-5683.
  53. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Quantum mechanics and the equivalence principle. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 21(11), 2761-2772.
  54. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Multiverse cosmological models. Modern Physics Letters A, 19(10), 727-743.
  55. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Tachyonic dark matter. International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 43(1), 141-149.
  56. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Does life's rapid appearance imply a Martian origin? Astrobiology, 3(4), 673-679.
  57. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Are extraterrestrials underground? Astronomy Today, 11(22).
  58. Davies, P.C.W. (2004) ‘New Hope for Life Beyond Earth: how realistic is the search for life in the solar system and beyond?’ Sky and Telescope, 107(6), 40-47.
  59. Davies, P.C.W. (2004). Was Mars the cradle of life? Australian Microbiologist, 14.
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  61. Davies, P.C.W. (2003). How bio-friendly is the universe? International journal of astrobiology, 2(2), 115-120.
  62. Davies, P.C.W. & Davis, T.M. (2002). How far can the generalized second law be generalized? Foundations of Physics, 32(12), 1877-1889.
  63. Abbott, D., Davies, P.C.W. & Shalizi, C.R. (2002). Order from disorder: the role of noise in creative processes. Fluctuation and Noise Letters, 2(4), C1-C12.
  64. Davies, P.C.W., Davis, T.M. & Lineweaver, C. H. (2002). Cosmology: Black holes constrain varying constants. Nature, 418(6898), 602-603.
  65. Davies, P.C.W. & Ottewill, A. C. (2002). Detection of negative energy: 4-dimensional examples. Physical Review D, 65(10), 104014, 1-10.
  66. Davies, P.C.W. (2002). How to build a time machine. Scientific American, 287(3), 32-37.
  67. Davies, P.C.W. (2002). That mysterious flow. Scientific American, 287(3), 40-47.
  68. Davies, P.C.W. (2001). Quantum vacuum noise in physics and cosmology. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 11(3), 539-547.
  69. Davies, P.C.W. (2001). The origin of life II: How did it begin? Science progress, 84(1), 17-29.
  70. Davies, P.C.W. (2001). The origin of life I: When and where did it begin? Science progress, 84(1), 1-16.
  71. Davies, P.C.W. (1999). Quantum gravity presents the ultimate challenge to theorists. Physics World, 12(12), 21.
  72. Davies, P.C.W. (1999). Interplanetary Infestations. Sky and Telescope, 98(3).
  73. Davies, P.C.W. (1998). Did earthlife come from mars? In Exobiology: Matter, Energy, and Information in the Origin and Evolution of Life in the Universe. Springer Netherlands. 241-244
  74. Davies, P.C.W. (1996). Einstein's greatest mistake? Astrophysics and Space Science, 244(1), 219-227.
  75. Davies, P.C.W., Dray, T. & Manogue, C.A. (1996). Detecting the rotating quantum vacuum. Physical Review D, 53(8), 4382-4387.
  76. Davies, P.C.W. & Twamley, J. (1993). Time-symmetric cosmology and the opacity of the future light cone. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 10(5), 931-945.
  77. Matacz, A. L., Davies, P.C.W. & Ottewill, A.C. (1993). Quantum vacuum instability near rotating stars. Physical Review D, 47(4), 1557-1562.
  78. Davies, P.C.W. (1993). Can you beat the clock? Physics World, 6(12), 50.
  79. Davies, P.C.W. (1991). The arrow of time. Memorie della Società astronomica italiana, 62, 641.
  80. Davies, P.C.W. (1989). Cosmological dissipative structure. International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 28(9), 1051-1066.
  81. Davies, P.C.W. & Moss, I.G. (1989). Journey through a black hole. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 6(9), L173-L177.
  82. Davies, P.C.W., Liu, Z.X. & Ottewill, A.C. (1989). Particle detectors in the presence of boundaries. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 6(7), 1041-1051.
  83. Davies, P.C.W. (1988). Cosmological event horizons, entropy and quantum particles. Ann. Poincaré, 49, 297-306.
  84. Davies, P.C.W. (1988). Cosmological horizons and entropy. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 5(10), 1349-1355.
  85. Davies, P.C.W. & Sahni, V. (1988). Quantum gravitational effects near cosmic strings. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 5(1), 1-17.
  86. Davies, P.C.W. (1988). Muddling through. Physics Bulletin, 39(3), 94.
  87. Davies, P.C.W. (1988). The waves of paradox. Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications 2(7).
  88. Davies, P.C.W. (1987). What wound up the Universe? In Proceedings of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 59.
  89. Davies, P.C.W. (1987). Cosmological horizons and the generalised second law of thermodynamics. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 4(6), L225-L228.
  90. Davies, P.C.W. (1986). The anthropic principle. Postepy Fizyki, 37, 213-218.
  91. Davies, P.C.W., Ford, L.H. & Page, D.N. (1986). Gravitational entropy: Beyond the black hole. Physical Review D, 34(6), 1700-1707.
  92. Davies, P.C.W. (1986). Measurement of the velocity of a Dirac particle. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 19(11), 2115-2121.
  93. Davies, P.C.W. & Toms, D.J. (1985). Boundary effects and the massless limit of the photon. Physical Review D, 31(6), 1363-1369.
  94. Davies, P.C.W. (1985). New physics and the new big bang. Sky and Telescope, 70, 406-410.
  95. Davies, P.C.W. (1984). ‘The inflationary universe. Universities Quarterly: Culture, Education & Society 38(144).
  96. Davies, P.C.W. (1984). Beginning and end of the universe in H. Von Ditfurth (Ed.) Mannheimer Forum 83/84. Boehringer Mannhein GmbH
  97. Davies, P.C.W. (1984). Inflation in the universe and time asymmetry. Nature, 312(5994), 524-527.
  98. Davies, P.C.W. (1984). Mining the universe. Physical Review D, 30(4), 737-742.
  99. Copeland, E.J., Davies, P.C.W. & Hinton, K. (1984). Acceleration radiation in a compact space. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 1(2), 179-187.
  100. Davies, P.C.W. (1983). The anthropic principle. Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics, 10, 1-38.
  101. Hinton, K., Davies, P.C.W. & Pfautsch, J. (1983). Accelerated observers do not detect isotropic thermal radiation. Physics Letters B, 120(1-3), 88-90.
  102. Davies, P.C.W. (1983). Inflation and time asymmetry in the Universe. Nature, 301(5899), 398-400.
  103. Davies, P.C.W. (1983). Quantum gravity-A unified model of existence? Mitteilungen der Astronomischen Gesellschaft Hamburg, 58, 47-56.
  104. Davies, P.C.W. (1983). To the end of time. GeoJournal 8(3), 55.
  105. Davies, P.C.W. (1982). Spontaneously generated gravity and the second law of thermodynamics. Physics Letters B, 110(2), 111-113.
  106. Davies, P.C.W. (1982). Can moving mirrors violate the second law of thermodynamics? Physics Letters B, 113(3), 215-218.
  107. Critchley, R., Davies, P.C.W. & Kennedy, G. (1982). Broken symmetry theories of gravity and implications for cosmology. Physics Letters B, 112(4-5), 331-335.
  108. Davies, P.C.W. & Fang, J. (1982). Quantum theory and the equivalence principle. Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 381, 469-478
  109. Walker, W.R. & Davies, P.C.W. (1982). An exactly soluble moving-mirror problem. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 15(9), L477-L480.
  110. Davies, P.C.W. (1981). The anthropic principle and the early universe. Mercury, 10, 66-77.
  111. Davies, P.C.W. & Unwin, S.D. (1981). Why is the cosmological constant so small? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 377(1769),147-149.
  112. Davies, P.C.W. (1981). Gauge theories, black hole evaporation and cosmic censorship. Physics Letters B, 101(6), 399-400.
  113. Davies, P.C.W. & Unwin, S.D. (1981). Quantum vacuum energy and the masslessness of the photon. Physics Letters B, 98(4), 274-276.
  114. Birrell, N.D. & Davies, P.C.W. (1980). Massive particle production in anisotropic space-times. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 13(6), 2109-2120.
  115. Birrell, N.D. & Davies, P.C.W. (1980). Conformal-symmetry breaking and cosmological particle creation in λ φ 4 theory. Physical Review D, 22(2), 322-329.
  116. Birrell, N.D., Davies, P.C.W. & Ford, L.H. (1980). Effects of field interactions upon particle creation in Robertson-Walker universes. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 13(3), 961-968.
  117. Davies, P.C.W. & Unruh, W.G. (1979). Perturbation technique for quantum fields in curved space. Physical Review D, 20(2), 388-395.
  118. Davies, P.C.W. (1978). Thermodynamics of black holes. Reports on Progress in Physics, 41(8), 1313-1355.
  119. Birrell, N.D. & Davies, P.C.W. (1978). Massless Thirring model in curved space: thermal states and conformal anomaly. Physical Review D, 18(12), 4408-4420.
  120. Birrell, N.D. & Davies, P.C.W. (1978). On falling through a black hole into another universe. Nature, 272(5648), 35-37.
  121. Bunch, T.S. & Davies, P.C.W. (1978). Non-conformal renormalised stress tensors in Robertson-Walker space-times. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 11(7), 1315-1328.
  122. Davies, P.C.W. (1978). Equivalence of massless boson and fermion theories in curved two-dimensional space-time: Sugawara stress tensor. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 11(1), 179-185.
  123. Bunch, T.S. & Davies, P.C.W. (1978). Quantum field theory in de Sitter space: renormalization by point-splitting. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 360(1700), 117-134.
  124. Davies, P.C.W., Fulling, S.A., Christensen, S.M. & Bunch, T.S. (1977). Energy-momentum tensor of a massless scalar quantum field in a Robertson-Walker universe. Annals of Physics, 109(1), 108-142.
  125. Davies, P.C.W. (1977). Singularity avoidance and quantum conformal anomalies. Physics Letters B, 68(4), 402-404.
  126. Bunch, T.S. & Davies, P.C.W. (1977). Covariant point-splitting regularization for a scalar quantum field in a Robertson-Walker universe with spatial curvature. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 357(1690), 381-394.
  127. Bunch, T.S. & Davies, P.C.W. (1977). Stress tensor and conformal anomalies for massless fields in a Robertson-Walker universe. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 356(1687), 569-574.
  128. Davies, P.C.W. & Unruh, W.G. (1977). Neutrino stress tensor regularization in two-dimensional space-time. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 356(1685), 259-268.
  129. Davies, P.C.W. & Fulling, S.A. (1977). Radiation from moving mirrors and from black holes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 356(1685), 237-257.
  130. Davies, P.C.W. (1977). Quantum vacuum stress without regularization in two-dimensional space-time. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, 354(1679), 529-532.
  131. Davies, P.C.W. & Fulling, S.A. (1977). Quantum vacuum energy in two-dimensional space-times. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 354(1676), 59-77.
  132. Davies, P.C.W. (1977). The thermodynamic theory of black holes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 353(1675), 499-521.
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  134. Davies, P.C.W. (1976). On the origin of black hole evaporation radiation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 351(1664), 129-139.
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  139. Davies, P.C.W. (1975). Scalar production in Schwarzschild and Rindler metrics. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 8(4), 609-616.
  140. Davies, P.C.W. (1975). On recent experiments to detect advanced radiation. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 8(2), 272-280.
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  142. Davies, P.C.W. (1974). Second law of thermodynamics. Nature, 248(5446), 366-366.
  143. Davies, P.C.W. & Taylor, J. G. (1974). Do black holes really explode? Nature, 250(5461), 37-38.
  144. Davies, P.C.W. (1973). The thermal future of the universe. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 161(1), 1-5.
  145. Davies, P.C.W. (1972). Closed time as an explanation of the black body background radiation. Nature, 240(97), 3-5.
  146. Davies, P.C.W. (1972). Is the universe transparent or opaque? Journal of Physics A: General Physics, 5(12), 1722-1737.
  147. Davies, P.C.W. (1972). Time variation of the coupling constants. Journal of Physics A: General Physics, 5(8), 1296-1304.
  148. Davies, P.C.W. (1972). Extension of Wheeler-Feynman quantum theory to the relativistic domain. II. Emission processes. Journal of Physics A: General Physics, 5(7), 1025-1036.
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  154. Davies, P.C.W. & Seaton, M.J. (1969). Radiation damping in the optical continuum. Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics, 2(7), 757-765.
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  90. ‘Things I’ve learned,’ interview by Lilly Bragge, The Age, (2 December 2006).
  91. ‘The books that changed me,’ Sun Herald (Australia), (12 November 2006).
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  115. Goodbye Mars, hello Earth,’ New York Times, (10 April 2005).
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  121. ‘The sum of the parts,’ New Scientist, 34 (5 March 2005).
  122. ‘Meeting of the minds,’ Science & Spirit, 34 (Jan/Feb 2005).
  123. ‘Chance or creation? Only the multiverse knows for sure,’ Science & Theology News, 35 (January 2005).
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  126. ‘The ascent of life,’ New Scientist, 30 (11 December 2004).
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  129. ‘Sind ausserirdische unterirdische?’ Astronomie Heute (Sky & Telescope, Germany), 22 (11 November 2004).
  130. ‘La vita non è materia: è informazione,’ L’Eco di Bergamo, Culture supplement (Italy), (10 October 2004).
  131. ‘When time began,’ New Scientist Supplement, 4 (9 October 2004).
  132. ‘Undermining free will,’ Foreign Policy Magazine, 36 (Sept/Oct 2004).
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  135. ‘Message for the curious: please phone ET, at home,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (10 August 2004).
  136. ‘Do we have to spell it out?’ New Scientist, 30 (7 August 2004).
  137. ‘Minds over matter: 40 Years of Knowledge,’ The Australian, 40 Years special supplement, (31 July 2004).
  138. ‘Be warned, this could be the matrix,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (22 July 2004).
  139. ‘Human nature to make or break,’ The Sunday Times (Australia), (27 June 2004).
  140. ‘Tax slug floors creative entrepreneurs,’ The Australian, (10 May 2004).
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  143. ‘2500 years on, the big question remains: how long is a piece of string theory?’ Sydney Morning Herald, (25 February 2004).
  144. ‘Life (and death) on Mars,’ New York Times, (15 January 2004).
  145. ‘Dark forces of the cosmos,’ The Bulletin (Australia), 58 (10 December 2003).
  146. ‘Time and notion,’ The Bulletin (Australia), (5 November 2003).
  147. ‘Reality in the melting pot,’ The Guardian (UK), (23 September 2003).
  148. ‘ET & God,’ Atlantic Monthly, 112 (September 2003).
  149. ‘Un puzzle cosmologico,’ KOS (Italy) 215/6, 26 (Aug/Sept 2003).
  150. ‘Mars attracts,’ The Bulletin (Australia), (6 August 2003).
  151. ‘The other side of infinity,’ The Australian, (15 July 2003).
  152. ‘Born lucky,’ New Scientist, (12 July 2003).
  153. ‘A brief history of the multiverse,’ New York Times, (12 April 2003).
  154. ‘Was Einstein wrong?’ Prospect Magazine (UK), (April 2003).
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  156. ‘Out of this world,’ in How the Earth Works, The Daily Telegraph supplement (Australia), (18 March 2003).
  157. ‘Time: exploring the fourth dimension,’ Focus Magazine (UK) 124, (March 2003).
  158. ‘Universal truths,’ The Guardian (UK), (23 January 2003).
  159. ‘Is anyone out there?’ The Guardian (UK), (22 January 2003).
  160. ‘Is this how life on Earth began?’ The Daily Telegraph (UK), (21 January 2003).
  161. ‘Cradle of life,’ The Bulletin (Australia), 29 (14 January 2003).
  162. ‘The best of times, the worst of times,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (1 January 2003).
  163. ‘Now is the reason for our discontent,’ The Age, (1 January 2003).
  164. ‘How we could create life,’ The Guardian (UK), (11 December 2002).
  165. ‘The cradle of life,’ The Bulletin (Australia), (11 December 2002).
  166. ‘It's true, men really are from Mars,’ The Guardian (UK), (30 October 2002).
  167. ‘Camping in the cradle of life,’ The Bulletin, (October 2002).
  168. ‘Seven wonders,’ New Scientist, (21 September 2002).
  169. ‘Life may not add up, but it computes,’ The Guardian (UK), (1 August 2002).
  170. ‘Not so fast Einstein, light’s got the brakes on,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (8 August 2002).
  171. ‘Consciousness: Paul Davies talks to Stephen Jones at Tucson II,’ Culture.com, (19 June 2002).
  172. ‘End of the universe,’ The Bulletin (Australia), (12 June 2002).
  173. ‘Can time run backwards?’ The Bulletin, (March 2002).
  174. ‘Looking out for the mother of all comets,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (10 January 2002).
  175. ‘Time travel,’ The Age, (24 November 2001).
  176. ‘Liquid space,’ New Scientist, (3 November 2001).
  177. ‘Stuck at the last temporal turnstile,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, (2 November 2001).
  178. ‘Buying time,’ The Guardian (UK), (18 October 2001).
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  180. ‘Life among the stars,’ The Advertiser (Australia), (4 August 2001).
  181. ‘Journey from the centre of the earth,’ The Bulletin, (29 May 2001).
  182. ‘Journey from the centre of the Earth,’ The Bulletin, (23 May 2001).
  183. ‘ET phone in ... please,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (28 April 2001).
  184. ‘Life in the underworld,’ The Bulletin, (April 2001).
  185. ‘Armageddon times,’ The Bulletin, (27 March 2001).
  186. ‘The great red hope,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (24 February 2001).
  187. ‘A spasso nel tempo,’ Internazionale 370, 40 (26 January 2001).
  188. ‘Taking the time to travel,’ The Advertiser, (9 December 2000).
  189. ‘Time travel,’ The Advertiser, (9 December 2000).
  190. ‘Know the future,’ The Bulletin, (21 November 2000).
  191. ‘Time loops,’ The Third Culture, Edge interview, (31 October 2000).
  192. ‘Many questions, some answers,’ with Steven Weinberg, discussion transcribed by Timothy Ferris, Forbes Magazine (USA), (2 October 2000).
  193. ‘Is that qualia in your circuits?’ Sydney Morning Herald, (16 September 2000).
  194. ‘Weblife: on the move,’ The Guardian, (31 August 2000).
  195. ‘Life among the stars,’ The Advertiser, (August 2000).
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  197. ‘Consciousness’ The Advertiser, (20 July 2000).
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  199. ‘Quantum computing: a key to unlocking the ultimate reality?’ Science and Spirit, (May/June 2000).
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  201. ‘Are we still alone?’ The Advertiser, Weekend Magazine, (6 May 2000).
  202. ‘Flattening the universal idea,’ The Advertiser, (29 April 2000).
  203. ‘Time and notion,’ The Bulletin, 19 (21 March 2000).
  204. ‘Behind big bang swirls mystery of the big gap,’ The Sunday Age (Australia), (19 March 2000).
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  206. ‘Time…the final frontier,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement (UK), (10 March 2000).
  207. ‘Time travel,’ The Bulletin, (March 2000).
  208. ‘Martian life on earth: the test,’ The Advertiser, (15 January 2000).
  209. ‘The gospel according to science,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, (28 January 2000).
  210. ‘It's a bug's life,’ The Guardian, (13 January 2000).
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  215. ‘Search for life beyond Earth,’ The Weekend Australian, (18–19 December 1999).
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  217. ‘A brief history of aliens,’ Good Weekend Magazine (Australia), (October 1999).
  218. ‘At the crossroads,’ Forbes Magazine, 231 (4 October 1999).
  219. ‘Is there life out there?’ The Wall Street Journal, (24 September 1999).
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  221. ‘When it comes to the crunch,’ Good Weekend Magazine, (18 September 1999).
  222. ‘Life. But not as we know it,’ The Bulletin, (10 August 1999).
  223. ‘We’re all martians,’ Ottawa Citizen, (7 August 1999).
  224. ‘Cosmic calamity,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, (23 July 1999).
  225. ‘Cosmic dreams,’ The Australian, (21 July 1999).
  226. ‘The end of the world,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, Millennium Project, (June 1999).
  227. ‘If you’re out there, ET, log on,’ Search Lites, (Spring 1999).
  228. ‘Microbes won’t survive interstellar travel,’ SearchLites, (Spring 1999).
  229. ‘Masters of the universe,’ The Guardian, (8 April 1999).
  230. ‘Small is beautiful as nanobes reveal we are not alone,’ The Guardian, (20 March 1999).
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  232. ‘Bit before it?’ New Scientist, 3 (30 January 1999).
  233. ‘La mente de Dios,’ Boletín de Información, Fundación BBV, 3 (1999 edition).
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  235. ‘Reach for the sky,’ The Advertiser, (24 October 1998).
  236. ‘Ants in the machine,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (17 October 1998).
  237. ‘Chaos theory and economics,’ The Age, (17 October 1998).
  238. ‘Survivors from Mars,’ New Scientist, 24 (12 September 1998).
  239. ‘Facing the quest for the ultimate antique final frontier,’ The Advertiser, (12 September 1998).
  240. ‘To Earth, with love,’ University of Adelaide Student Newspaper, (24 August 1998).
  241. ‘Aliens,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (22 August 1998).
  242. Melbourne Writers’ Festival keynote address, reprinted in The Age, (22 August 1998).
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  244. ‘The mating gene,’ The Dominion (New Zealand), (August 1998).
  245. ‘Where did life begin?’ The Age Magazine, Good Weekend Magazine, 14 (1 August 1998).
  246. ‘In the beginning, there was…?’ The Advertiser, (1 August 1998).
  247. ‘When science and theology collide,’ The Age, (18 July 1998).
  248. ‘The mating gene,’ The Age, (2 July 1998).
  249. ‘Rich pickings,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (25 April 1998).
  250. ‘Paradox lost,’ New Scientist, 27 (21 March 1998).
  251. ‘Moon of mystery,’ The Age, (14 March 1998).
  252. ‘When worlds collide,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (13 March 1998).
  253. ‘Scientific thirst. Ice on the moon,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (7 March 1998).
  254. ‘Richard Feynman, spirit of the new physics,’ Obituary in The Guardian, (February 1998).
  255. ‘The next step,’ The West Australian, (1 November 1997).
  256. ‘Time’s arrow,’ New Scientist, (1 November 1997).
  257. ‘Strange times,’ New Scientist, (1 November 1997).
  258. ‘How we’ll conquer,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (18 October 1997).
  259. ‘The Martian,’ The Age, (12 July 1997).
  260. ‘Seeing red,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (12 July 1997).
  261. ‘Could life on Earth have started on the red planet?’ The Sunday Age, (6 July 1997).
  262. ‘Are we alone? UFOs, alien abductions events – until we wake up’ Sydney Morning Herald, (7 June 1997).
  263. ‘Martians attack!’ The Age, (14 June 1997).
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  265. ‘The future of God,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (21 December 1996).
  266. ‘Next stop Mars,’ The Weekend Review, (2-3 November 1996).
  267. ‘Where are all the extraterrestrials?’ New Scientist, (5 October 1996).
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  272. ‘We are probably not alone,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (10 August 1996).
  273. ‘Why we may once have been martians,’ The Sydney Morning Herald, (8 August 1996).
  274. ‘Are we really all martians?’ The Advertiser, (8 August 1996).
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  276. ‘Cause, effect and cosmic lottery,’ The Australian, (12 June 1996).
  277. ‘Where did the Big Bang come from?’ World Press Review, (May 1996).
  278. ‘Return to consciousness,’ The Australian, (22 May 1996).
  279. ‘The day time began,’ New Scientist, 30 (27 April 1996).
  280. ‘The improbable cosmic lottery,’ The Australian, (2 April 1996).
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  282. ‘No life on Mars may be a thing of the past,’ The Australian, (13 March 1996).
  283. ‘Is the universe a free lunch?’ Independent on Sunday, (3 March 1996).
  284. ‘Que es el infinito?’ Conocer, 64 (February 1996).
  285. ‘The harmony of the spheres,’ Time Magazine, 58 (5 February 1996).
  286. ‘Is there life in outer space,’ Time Magazine, 44 (5 February 1996).
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  289. ‘To sleep, perchance to dream,’ The Australian, (15 November 1995).
  290. ‘A novel approach to temporal anomalies,’ The Australian, (1 November 1995).
  291. ‘A brief history of time travel: some scenarios,’ The Australian, (11 October 1995).
  292. ‘Are we alone?’ The Advertiser Weekend Magazine, (7 October 1995).
  293. ‘Hatte Gott keine Wahl, al ser di Groben im Universum schuf?’ PM Magazine, 16 (September 1995).
  294. ‘El mito de la materia,’ Conocer, 68 (September 1995).
  295. Review of, The Emperor’s New Mind by Roger Penrose, The Times Higher Education Supplement, (15 September 1995).
  296. ‘Military cover-up or elaborate hoax?’ The Australian, (6 September 1995).
  297. ‘Aqui la Tierra. Digame?’ Conocer, 6 (July 1995).
  298. ‘Antigravity returns in theoretical starring role,’ The Australian, (19 July 1995).
  299. ‘Neural networking,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, (26 May 1995).
  300. ‘Could life have been delivered by meteor?’ The Australian, (24 May 1995).
  301. ‘The thought that counts,’ New Scientist, (6 May 1995).
  302. ‘Getting to grips with God: science and the superbeing,’ The Guardian, (4 May 1995).
  303. ‘How science robs us of time’s mystery,’ The Daily Telegraph (UK), (3 May 1995).
  304. ‘Are we alone?’ Focus Magazine, 40 (March 1995).
  305. ‘The big crunch,’ Science Spectra, 8 (January 1995).
  306. ‘Twists in time,’ 21’C, 20 (January 1995).
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  311. ‘How the world will end,’ The Advertiser, (5 November 1994).
  312. ‘Ich hab’s! Ich hab’s!’ PM Magazine, (November 1994).
  313. ‘Una cometa gigante amenaza a la tierra,’ Conocer, 6 (November 1994).
  314. ‘Die Marionette tanzt, doch Faden sind,’ PM Magazine, (September 1994).
  315. ‘Adventures of discovery,’ Times Educational Supplement, (16 September 1994).
  316. ‘Birth of the clever city,’ The Guardian, (15 September 1994).
  317. ‘Free will: it’s all so predictable,’ The Australian, (17 August 1994).
  318. ‘The birth of the universe,’ 21’C, 96 (Autumn 1994).
  319. ‘God is a pure mathematician,’ Miscellany, (26 June 1994).
  320. ‘The nature of consciousness,’ Miscellany, (19 June 1994).
  321. ‘Life and consciousness,’ Miscellany, (12 June 1994).
  322. ‘Mysteries of the mind,’ Miscellany, (5 June 1994).
  323. ‘The mystery of consciousness,’ Miscellany, (29 May 1994).
  324. ‘Close encounters,’ The Weekend Australian, (28 – 29 May 1994).
  325. ‘Search shifts below ground for rocky beginnings of life,’ The Australian, (11 May 1994).
  326. ‘Ubiquitous spanner in the works,’ The Australian, (13 April 1994).
  327. ‘Before the big bang,’ The Australian Higher Education Supplement, (9 March 1994).
  328. ‘Life before time began,’ The Australian, (9 March 1994).
  329. ‘Como funciona la mente de Dios,’ Conocer, 64 (February 1994).
  330. ‘Urkraft elektrizitat: Was steckt dahinter?’ PM Magazine, (January 1994).
  331. ‘New light on black holes,’ 84 (January 1994).
  332. ‘Leichter als nichts – das soll es … geben?’ PM Magazine, (December 1993).
  333. ‘The future for traveling in time,’ Focus, 50 (November 1993).
  334. ‘The ultimate vanishing act,’ Discover Magazine, (October 1993).
  335. Review of, Dreams of a Final Theory by Steven Weinberg, 21C, 83 (Winter 1993).
  336. ‘From chaos to natural organization,’ The Australian, (22 September 1993).
  337. ‘Time bends,’ The Guardian, (12 August 1993).
  338. Review of, Cranks, Quarks and the Cosmos: Writings of Science by Jeremy Bernstein, Natural History, 68 (July 1993).
  339. ‘Nuevas teorias sobre el origen de la vida,’ Conocer, 4 (July 1993).
  340. ‘Distant thunder of dying stars,’ The Guardian, (15 July 1993).
  341. ‘About time,’ The National Trust Magazine, (Spring 1993).
  342. Reviews of, Dreams of a Final Theory by Steven Weinberg, The New York Times Book Review, (7 March 1993).
  343. Reviews of, The God Particle by Leon Lederman, The New York Times Book Review, (7 March 1993).
  344. ‘Die gespenstischen boten, die unser,’ PM Magazine, (March 1993).
  345. ‘Asi sera el final del universo,’ Conocer, 20 (March 1993).
  346. ‘Die schreckl. leere im inneren der materiek,’ PM Magazine, (February 1993).
  347. ‘La dimensione dell universo,’ Sfera, 80 (February 1993).
  348. ‘The mind of God,’ Resurgence, 36 (September/October 1992).
  349. ‘In tune with universe but lost for words,’ The Advertiser, (17 August 1992).
  350. ‘Are we alone?’ The Weekend Australian 1, (2 August 1992).
  351. ‘In der tachyoneenwelt trifft ein pfeil schon…’ PM Magazine, 18 (August 1992).
  352. ‘Science, God and the laws of the universe,’ 24 hours, (August 1992).
  353. ‘The matter myth,’ Island, 28 (Autumn 1992).
  354. ‘Ripples but no waves,’ The Guardian, (1 July 1992).
  355. ‘Fact or fiction,’ The Sunday Age, (12 July 1992).
  356. ‘Woher kommt die energie?’ PM Magazine, 12 (June 1992).
  357. ‘The first one second of the universe,’ Mercury, (May/June 1992).
  358. ‘Has man mastered the universe?’ The Weekend Australian 2/3, (May 1992).
  359. ‘Has man mastered the universe?’ The Weekend Australian City Edition 2/3, (May 1992).
  360. ‘Cracking the code of cosmic maths,’ The Weekend Review, (28-29 March 1992).
  361. ‘Is nature mathematical?’ New Scientist, (21 March 1992).
  362. ‘Message of the cosmic cryptogram,’ The Guardian, (13 March 1992).
  363. ‘How did humans get so smart?’ Daily Telegraph, (2 March 1992).
  364. ‘The mind of God,’ OMNI Magazine, 4 (February 1992).
  365. ‘Project Columbus embarks on an extra-terrestrial voyage,’ The News, (26 February 1992).
  366. ‘Die gesetze, denen das all gehorcht Gott?’ PM Magazine, (January 1992).
  367. ‘Wormholes and time machines,’ Sky and Telescope, 20 (January 1992).
  368. ‘Self-organizing the rhythm of life,’ The News, (8 January 1992).
  369. ‘Time’s arrow may turn,’ The News, (18 December 1991).
  370. ‘Warming to sunspot theory,’ The News, (11 December 1991).
  371. ‘Bicentenary for father of modern computer,’ The News, (4 December 1991).
  372. ‘Casting a spying eye over the heavens,’ The News, (18 November 1991).
  373. ‘New wave research opens up the universe,’ The News, (16 November 1991).
  374. ‘Mystery of rays, quarks and globs,’ The News, (7 October 1991).
  375. ‘End of the machine age,’ The Daily Telegraph (UK), (30 September 1991).
  376. ‘Solving the mysterious corn hoax,’ The News, (23 September 1991).
  377. ‘Science struggles with timely challenge,’ The News, (16 September 1991).
  378. ‘Thinking computer on line,’ The News, (16 September 1991).
  379. ‘God and science,’ 21C, (Autumn 1991).
  380. Review of, The Big Bang Never Happened by Eric Lerner, The New York Times, (28 July 1991).
  381. ‘Gebt mir elnen superstarken sender, und,’ PM Magazine, (February 1991).
  382. ‘Chaos,’ 24 Hours (Australia), 40 (November 1990).
  383. ‘Waves of paradox,’ The Weekend Australian, (20 – 21 October 1990).
  384. ‘Chaos frees the universe,’ New Scientist, (6 October 1990).
  385. ‘Big Bang theory may be big blooper,’ The News, (30 September 1990).
  386. ‘Great balls of lightning,’ The Advertiser, (28 September 1990).
  387. ‘The clever country must mobilize its natural creativity,’ The Sunday Age, (23 September 1990).
  388. ‘Wimps’ may decide the fate of the universe,’ The Advertiser, (23 August 1990).
  389. Review of, Does God Play Dice by Ian Stewart, Theology 93, 331 (July/August 1990).
  390. ‘Time travel, the fact in the science fiction,’ The Weekend Australian, (21-22 July 1990).
  391. ‘Baby universes and cosmic Darwinism,’ The Independent (UK), (11 June 1990).
  392. ‘Galactic vacuum cleaners in space,’ Sunday Correspondent, (8 April 1990).
  393. ‘Matter-antimatter,’ Sky and Telescope, 257 (March 1990).
  394. ‘Geist im atom,’ PM Magazine, 14 (February 1990).
  395. ‘Science is falling into a black hole,’ The Independent on Sunday, (11 February 1990).
  396. ‘Space, time and the superbeing,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, (5 January 1990).
  397. ‘Minds over molecular matter,’ The Sunday Times, (12 November 1989).
  398. ‘Es gibt doch ein schlupfloch im all,’ PM Magazine, (October 1989).
  399. Review of, A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking, Contemporary Physics 30, 135 (1989).
  400. ‘The heavy emptiness of space,’ The Independent, (24 July 1989).
  401. ‘Let them eat crumbs…’ The Guardian, (9 May 1989).
  402. ‘Brain drain putting science in crisis, claims professor,’ The Daily Telegraph, (28 March 1989).
  403. ‘Eine welle kommt selten allein, uuber es ist,’ PM Magazine, (March 1989).
  404. ‘Ist alles wahr, was Wissenschaftler sagen?’ PM Magazine, (February 1989).
  405. Review of, A Physicist’s Guide to Skepticism by Milton A. Rothman, Nature 336, 121 (10 November 1988).
  406. ‘Law and order in the universe,’ New Scientist, 58 (15 October 1988).
  407. ‘Der schlauch ist dunner als ein haar-und,’ PM Magazine, (May 1988).
  408. ‘Das ringen des verstandes mit der,’ PM Magazine, (February 1988).
  409. ‘Great balls of fire,’ New Scientist 24/31, 64 (December 1987).
  410. ‘Jetzt – und schon ist est vorbei!’ PM Magazine, (December 1987).
  411. ‘Das grobe ratsel gegenwart. Jetzt – und,’ PM Magazine, (December 1987).
  412. ‘The creative cosmos,’ New Scientist, 41 (17 December 1987).
  413. ‘Die unsichtbaren netze, in denen wir alle…’ PM Magazine, (November 1987).
  414. ‘World without end after all,’ The Guardian, (23 October 1987).
  415. ‘Was die welt zusammenhalt,’ Die Zeit nr 42, (9 October 1987).
  416. ‘Forscher experimentieren mit antimaterie,’ PM Magazine, (June 1987).
  417. ‘Der mensch ist ein mensch. Und eine,’ PM Magazine, (March 1987).
  418. ‘Kann der mensch die zeit denn nie’zu,’ PM Magazine, (August 1986).
  419. ‘Die zeit: jeder weisse, was das ist – bis er..,’ PM Magazine, (July 1986).
  420. ‘Kann die wissenschaft die groben,’ PM Magazine, (June 1986).
  421. ‘Ist der glaube an Gott noch wiss. Haltbar?’ PM Magazine, (April 1986).
  422. ‘Was bleibt vom weltall ubrig, wenn man,’ PM Magazine, (February 1986).
  423. Review of, The Loitering Universe and Other Stories by Jeremy Gibbon, New Scientist 19/26, 71 (December 1985).
  424. ‘New physics and the new big bang,’ Sky and Telescope, 406 (November 1985).
  425. ‘Schwarze locher,’ PM Magazine, 44 (September 1985).
  426. ‘New physics and the new big bang,’ Sky and Telescope, (August 1985).
  427. ‘Do particles really exist?’ New Scientist, 40 (2 May 1985).
  428. ‘Paul Dirac: a quantum pioneer,’ New Scientist, 42 (8 November 1984).
  429. Review of, The Hidden Universe by Michael Disney, New Scientist, 49 (1 November 1984).
  430. ‘What’s wrong with becoming a female physicist?’ Guardian, (27 September 1984).
  431. ‘The best of all possible worlds?’ New Scientist, 29 (23 August 1984).
  432. ‘Die moglichkeit, dab es welten gibt, die wir,’ PM Magazine, (July 1984).
  433. Review of, In Search of Reality by Bernard d’Espagnat, New Scientist, 49 (17 May 1984).
  434. ‘The eleven dimensions of reality,’ New Scientist, 31 (9 February 1984).
  435. ‘The eleventh dimension,’ Science Digest (USA), 72 (January 1984).
  436. ‘The anthropic principle,’ Science Digest 191, 24 (October 1983).
  437. ‘God and the new physics,’ Science Digest (USA), (September 1983).
  438. ‘Quarks, quasars and the meaning of life,’ Telegraph Sunday Magazine (London), (7 August 1983).
  439. ‘God and the new physics,’ New Scientist, 872 (23 June 1983).
  440. Review of, The Way the World Is by John Polkinghorne, New Scientist, 638 (2 June 1983).
  441. ‘The origin of life: Earth's lucky break,’ Science Digest, 36 (May 1983).
  442. ‘The inflationary universe,’ The Sciences (USA) 23, 32 (March/April 1983).
  443. ‘How the pioneers of the new physics have thrown more light on God,’ The Guardian, (31 March 1983).
  444. ‘Speculations,’ Science Digest (USA), (March 1983).
  445. ‘Albert Einstein is a real human being,’ New Scientist, (17 February 1983).
  446. Review of, Infinity and the Mind by Rudy Rucker, Nature 301, 181 (13 January 1983).
  447. Review of, Plurality of Worlds by Steven Dick, New Scientist, 37 (7 October 1982).
  448. Review of, Superspace and Supergravity by S.W. Hawking and M. Rocek (eds.), The Sciences 22, 24 (May/June 1982).
  449. ‘Something for nothing,’ New Scientist, 580 (27 May 1982).
  450. Review of, The Science of Spacetime by Derek Raine and Michael Heller, Nature 297, 345 (27 May 1982).
  451. ‘Creative impulse,’ The Guardian, (20 May 1982).
  452. Review of, Cosmology, Physics and Philosophy by Benjamin Gal-Or, New Scientist, 439 (13 May 1982).
  453. ‘Bounded brainpower,’ Nature 296, 201 (18 March 1982).
  454. ‘Missing matter,’ The Sciences (USA), 15 (22 January 1982).
  455. ‘On being lowered into a black hole,’ New Scientist, 76 (14 January 1982).
  456. ‘A naked truth at the edge of time,’ The Guardian, (10 December 1981).
  457. ‘The search for the superforce,’ The Guardian, (8 October 1981).
  458. ‘The ultimate computer,’ Nature 292, 112 (9 July 1981).
  459. Review of, Ball Lightning and Bead Lightning by James Dale Barry, New Scientist, 629 (4 June 1981).
  460. ‘Grand bang,’ Nature 291, 280 (28 May 1981).
  461. Review of, Some Strangeness in the Proportion by H. Woolf (ed.), Nature 291, 362 (28 May 1981).
  462. ‘Protons: Earth’s built-in obsolescence,’ The Guardian, (21 May 1981).
  463. Review of, Gravity, Black Holes and the Universe by I. Nicolson, Nature 290, 656 (23 April 1981).
  464. Review of, Quantum Field Theory by C. Itzykson & J. B. Zuber, Nature 290, 74 (5 March 1981).
  465. Review of, Gravity, Particles & Astrophysics by Paul Wesson, Nature 289, 332 (22 January 1981).
  466. Review of, Life Beyond Earth by Gerald Feinberg and Robert Shapiro, Nature 288, 34 (6 November 1980).
  467. Review of, Earth and Cosmos by R.S. Kandel, Nature 288, 34 (6 November 1980).
  468. ‘The search for gravity waves,’ New Scientist, 228 (30 October 1980).
  469. ‘The subatomic anarchy show,’ The Guardian, (1 May 1980).
  470. ‘The origin of the universe,’ The Economist, 67 (12 April 1980).
  471. ‘Antigravity,’ Nature 283, 717 (21 February 1980).
  472. ‘What is time?’ The Sciences (USA) 19, 18 (November 1979).
  473. ‘Antimatter from space,’ Nature 282, 130 (8 November 1979).
  474. Review of, Gravitational Curvature by T. Frankel, New Scientist, xxi (11 October 1979).
  475. ‘Universe in reverse: can time run backwards?’ Second Look, 27 (September 1979).
  476. ‘Unifying the variety of nature,’ New Scientist, 436 (9 August 1979).
  477. ‘Infinite problems of the very small,’ New Scientist, 284 (26 July 1979).
  478. . Review of, Black-Body Theory and the Quantum Discontinuity 1894-1912 by Thomas Kuhn, New Scientist, 201 (19 July 1979).
  479. ‘Timing time,’ Nature 279, 290 (24 May 1979).
  480. ‘Taking the sigh out of science,’ New Scientist, 351 (3 May 1979).
  481. Review of, It’s About Time (BBC1 TV programme) New Scientist, 203 (19 April 1979).
  482. ‘Trouble with time travel,’ Nature, 277, 602 (22 February 1979).
  483. ‘Gravitational radiation at last?’ Nature, 277, 430 (8 February 1979).
  484. ‘Primeval magnetic monopoles,’ Nature, 277, 174 (18 January 1979).
  485. ‘Chance or choice: is the universe an accident?’ New Scientist, 506 (16 November 1978).
  486. ‘Cosmic heresy?’ Nature, 273, 336 (1 June 1978).
  487. ‘Electric universe,’ Nature, 273, 268 (25 May 1978).
  488. ‘Supertechnology,’ extract from The Runaway Universe, reprinted in New Scientist, (23 March 1978).
  489. ‘Smoothing primeval chaos,’ Nature, 271, 506 (9 February 1978).
  490. ‘Gödel and general relativity,’ New Scientist, 239 (26 January 1978).
  491. ‘Primeval heavy leptons,’ Nature, 269, 560 (13 October 1977).
  492. ‘Experimenting with controlled gravity,’ Nature, 268, 397 (4 August 1977).
  493. ‘Thermodynamic light on black holes,’ New Scientist, 238 (28 July 1977).
  494. ‘Some singular proposals,’ Nature, 266, 12 (3 March 1977).
  495. ‘New limits on variability of fundamental physical quantities,’ Nature, 263, 191 (16 September 1976).
  496. ‘Exploding black holes,’ Nature, 261, 280 (27 May 1976).
  497. ‘Ball lightning,’ Nature, 260, 573 (15 April 1976).
  498. ‘Is the universe running away with itself?’ Nature, 257, 444 (9 October 1975).
  499. ‘A new theory of the universe,’ Nature, 255, 191 (15 May 1975).
  500. ‘Opening up the universe,’ Nature, 253, 594 (20 February 1975).
  501. ‘Arrival of the age of Rama,’ Nature, 252, 525 (13 December 1974).
  502. ‘Gravitational waves from collapsing stars,’ Nature, 251, 378 (4 October 1974).
  503. ‘Can neutron starlight be seen?’ Nature, 251, 99 (13 September 1974).
  504. ‘Astrophysics and energy from black holes,’ Nature 251, 12 (6 September 1974).
  505. ‘Dirac completes his theory of large numbers,’ Nature 250, 460 (9 August 1974).
  506. ‘Limited progress at G7,’ Nature 250, 287 (26 July 1974).
  507. ‘How special is the universe,’ Nature 249, 208 (17 May 1974).
  508. ‘Ghost neutrinos emerge from the mathematics,’ Nature 248, 471 (5 April 1974).
  509. ‘Limited progress with quantum gravity,’ Nature 248, 282 (22 March 1974).
  510. ‘Have tachyons been observed?’ Nature 248, 9 (1 March 1974).
  511. ‘Search for the superheavies,’ Nature 246, 65 (9 November 1973).

Opinion articles on social, educational and political topics (selected)

  1. ‘Tiny bones pose humanity’s big questions,’ Science & Theology News USA, (December 2004).
  2. ‘The need to cater for the precocious before they pass their peak,’ Sydney Morning Herald, (21 December 2004).
  3. ‘Invest in destiny,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement UK, 2 (3 October 2003).
  4. ‘Horses for (university) courses,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement UK, (20 June 2003).
  5. ‘Global is the only way to go,’ The Advertiser, (17 May 1999).
  6. ‘Millennium just an accident of evolution,’ The Advertiser, (10 May 1999).
  7. ‘Future not so shocking,’ The Advertiser, (3 May 1999).
  8. ‘Sadly, our splendor is a secret,’ The Advertiser, (26 April 1999).
  9. ‘National pride issue run up the flagpole,’ The Advertiser, (19 April 1999).
  10. ‘Kosovo is all the world’s concern,’ The Advertiser, (15 April 1999).
  11. ‘Go all the way with a private Telstra,’ The Advertiser, (12 April 1999).
  12. ‘The evil within us all,’ The Bulletin, (6 April 1999).
  13. ‘Consciousness’ The Advertiser, (5 April 1999).
  14. ‘Wait for it, the Hilton in the heavens,’ The Advertiser, (29 March 1999).
  15. ‘The case for a nuclear dump,’ The Advertiser, (27 March 1999).
  16. ‘A letter from Yehudi Menuhin,’ The Advertiser, (22 March 1999).
  17. ‘Australia, a society that cares,’ The Advertiser, (15 March 1999).
  18. ‘Life gushes the press: the reality is different,’ The Advertiser, (8 March 1999).
  19. ‘Minority rule is not democracy,’ The Advertiser, (1 March 1999).
  20. ‘A world forum but no SA,’ The Advertiser, (22 February 1999).
  21. ‘No matter if Bloggs was the Bard,’ The Advertiser, (15 February 1999).
  22. ‘Time to end sullied Olympics,’ The Advertiser, (8 February 1999).
  23. ‘No Noah, but maybe a deluge,’ The Advertiser, (1 February 1999).
  24. ‘The open road for me,’ The Advertiser, (25 January 1999).
  25. ‘Seeking the real Jesus,’ The Advertiser, (18 January 1999).
  26. ‘Blair’s euro challenge,’ The Advertiser, (11 January 1999).
  27. ‘Sputtering in the Year 2000,’ The Advertiser, (4 January 1999).
  28. ‘That tragic day at Lockerbie,’ The Advertiser, (28 December 1998).
  29. ‘Chilling menace of bio-war,’ The Advertiser, (21 December 1998).
  30. ‘Pinochet case sets a precedent,’ The Advertiser, (14 December 1998).
  31. ‘Telephone directory nightmare,’ The Advertiser, (7 December 1998).
  32. ‘Centenary salute to folk heroes,’ The Advertiser, (30 November 1998).
  33. ‘The answer is new cities in the north,’ The Advertiser, (23 November 1998).
  34. ‘The legal pedants of Adelaide,’ The Advertiser, (16 November 1998).
  35. ‘Star wars could wreak havoc,’ The Advertiser, (9 November 1998).
  36. ‘Laying bare ugly double standards,’ The Advertiser, (2 November 1998).
  37. ‘Vanity has its place in space,’ The Advertiser, (26 October 1998).
  38. ‘Reach for the sky,’ The Advertiser, (24 October 1998).
  39. ‘Battling the Asian downturn,’ The Advertiser, (19 October 1998).
  40. ‘Not a bad election to lose,’ The Advertiser, (12 October 1998).
  41. ‘Picnic tricks to whop the wasp,’ The Advertiser, (5 October 1998).
  42. ‘Learn a trade, young man,’ The Advertiser, (28 September 1998).
  43. ‘Scrap the unfair migrant tax,’ The Advertiser, (21 September 1998).
  44. ‘If you’re out there, ET, log on,’ The Advertiser, (14 September 1998).
  45. ‘Facing the final frontier,’ The Advertiser, (12 September 1998).
  46. ‘The folly of too many elections,’ The Advertiser, (7 September 1998).
  47. ‘When size doesn’t matter,’ The Advertiser, (31 August 1998).
  48. ‘Duped by flying saucery,’ The Advertiser, (24 August 1998).
  49. ‘The GST we had to have,’ The Advertiser, (17 August 1998).
  50. ‘Sadly, our TV doesn’t compare,’ The Advertiser, (10 August 1998).
  51. ‘The clever country? Not yet!’ The Advertiser, (3 August 1998).
  52. ‘In the beginning, there was…?’ The Advertiser, (1 August 1998).
  53. ‘Sad creed of can’t be done,’ The Advertiser, (27 July 1998).
  54. ‘Technology and the new age of jobs,’ The Advertiser, (20 July 1998).
  55. ‘A glimpse of Eden in our State,’ The Advertiser, (13 July 1998)
  56. ‘Dumb drivers! That’s Adelaide,’ The Advertiser, (6 July 1998).
  57. ‘Asteroid: not if but when,’ The Advertiser, (29 June 1998).
  58. ‘Evolution of the soccer hooligan,’ The Advertiser, (22 June 1998).
  59. ‘Surcharge on super is super stupidity,’ The Advertiser, (15 June 1998).
  60. Nuke-free world is a fantasy,’ The Advertiser, (8 June 1998).
  61. ‘Scandal of the punters who think they’ll win,’ The Advertiser, (1 June 1998).
  62. ‘Time to exploit the riches on our coast,’ The Advertiser, (25 May 1998).
  63. ‘What a pretty city: pity about the graffiti,’ The Advertiser, (18 May 1998).
  64. ‘It ain’t broke but it still needs fixing,’ The Advertiser, (11 May 1998).
  65. ‘Who needs visas? Not unfriendly Australia,’ The Advertiser, (4 May 1998).
  66. ‘A la carte, plus music from hell,’ The Advertiser, (27 April 1998).
  67. ‘Like it or not, cloning is coming,’ The Advertiser, (20 April 1998).
  68. ‘A return to Diana’s palace,’ The Advertiser, (13 April 1998).
  69. ‘Moving to Australia is a wealth hazard,’ The Advertiser, (6 April 1998).
  70. ‘Apocalypse soon?’ The Advertiser, (30 March 1998).
  71. ‘Come on in but sorry no job for you,’ The Advertiser, (23 March 1998).
  72. ‘Before the Big Bang!’ The Advertiser, (16 March 1998).
  73. ‘Let’s link death and taxes,’ The Advertiser, (9 March 1998).
  74. ‘The book as a commodity,’ The Advertiser, (2 March 1998).
  75. ‘Folly of the locked doors,’ The Advertiser, (23 February 1998).
  76. ‘What’s your poison?’ The Advertiser, (16 February 1998).
  77. ‘Wharfies’ last stand,’ The Advertiser, (9 February 1998).
  78. ‘Symbol – or supreme executive?’ The Advertiser, (2 February 1998).
  79. ‘Taxed by the burden of earning,’ The Advertiser, (26 January 1998).
  80. ‘Alien probe faces cash blackhole,’ The Advertiser, (19 January 1998).
  81. ‘Is it pollute or perish?’ The Advertiser, (12 January 1998).
  82. ‘Longing for chains under the hammer,’ The Weekly Telegraph (international), (16 June 1997).
  83. ‘The arts have lost it,’ The Australian, (19 – 20 October 1996).
  84. ‘The arts have lost it,’ The Sunday Times UK, (18 August 1996).
  85. ‘MFP planners failed to grasp a crucial function,’ The Australian, (19 June 1996).
  86. ‘Foreign funds tax continues to fleece migrants,’ The Weekend Australian, (15-16 June 1996).
  87. ‘Megacity madness a recipe for disaster,’ The Australian, (17 April 1996).
  88. ‘Time to tear down the universities?’ The Australian, (12 April 1996).
  89. ‘A fudge too far,’ The Times Higher Education Supplement, (1 December 1995).
  90. ‘Don’t isolate higher ideals,’ The Australian, (19 April 1995).
  91. ‘Things are looking up down under: Opportunities beyond the cultural cringe,’ New Scientist, (29 October 1994).
  92. ‘Science without maths just doesn’t add up,’ The Australian, (1 September 1993).
  93. ‘The truth about national curriculum,’ The Australian, (28 July 1993).
  94. ‘Let’s talk about sex,’ Physics World, (September 1992).
  95. ‘Why I chose Australia,’ The Sun-Herald, (12 July 1992).
  96. The MFP: Are we looking a gift horse in the mouth?’ New Scientist, 4 (14 December 1991).
  97. ‘Fleeing the philistines,’ Eureka Street, 13 (July 1991).