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1998
How, when and where did life begin? Life's origin remains one of the greatest scientific mysteries. Recent discoveries in astrobiology suggest that life might have started on Mars and come to Earth in rocks blasted off the Red Planet by comet impacts. The discovery of microbes living deep underground or round scalding volcanic vents on the sea bed supports the idea that life began in an exotic locale. But how exactly did it start? And what is life anyway? On the answers to these questions hinges the greatest poser of all: Are we alone in the universe? ---------------------------------- Publishing Details: Allan Lane (1998) Simon & Schuster (1998) Revised ed. published under the title The Origin of Life , Penguin (UK) 2003.
1997
The West Australian, (1 November 1997).
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New Scientist, (1 November 1997).
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New Scientist, (1 November 1997).
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Sydney Morning Herald, (18 October 1997).
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The Age, (12 July 1997).
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Sydney Morning Herald, (12 July 1997).
1997
The Sunday Age, (6 July 1997).
1997
Sydney Morning Herald, (7 June 1997).
1997
The Age, (14 June 1997).
1996
The Sydney Morning Herald, (21 December 1996).
1996
PM Magazine, (December 1996).
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New Scientist, (5 October 1996).
1996
The Weekend Review, (2-3 November 1996).
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Nature, 761 (29 August 1996).
1996
The Statesman Festival, 115 (1996).
1996
The Sunday Age, (11 August 1996).
1996
The Weekend Review, (17 – 18 August 1996).
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The Sydney Morning Herald, (8 August 1996).
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The Sydney Morning Herald, (10 August 1996).
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The Age, (8 August 1996).
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The Advertiser, (8 August 1996).
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World Press Review, (May 1996).
1996
The Australian, (12 June 1996).
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New Scientist, 30 (27 April 1996).
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The Australian, (22 May 1996).
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by Jean Heidmann, The Times Higher, (22 March 1996).
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The Australian, (2 April 1996).
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Independent on Sunday, (3 March 1996).
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The Australian, (13 March 1996).

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