Panspermia 2000
1 – General Considerations
On a Possibly Fundamental Principle in Chemistry as Viewed in a Cosmogonic Context
Biological Activity in the Early Solar System in Its Outer Regions (University College Cardiff Press, 1985)*
An Object within a Particle of Extraterrestrial Origin Compared with An Object of Presumed Terrestrial Origin 113, 209–210.*
The Viability with Respect to Temperature of Micro-Organisms Incident on The Earth's Atmosphere 35, 79–84.*
A Laboratory Experiment with Relevance to The Survival of Micro-Organisms Entering a Planetary Atmosphere*
Biological Evolution*
Metallic Particles in Astronomy*
The Universe and Life : Deductions from The Weak Anthropic Principle*
Miller-Urey Synthesis in The Nuclei of Galaxies*
2 – Cosmic Organic Polymers
Formaldehyde Polymers in Interstellar Space*
Formaldehyde Polymers in Comets*
Composition of Cometary Dust : The Case against Silicates*
Primitive Grain Clumps and Organic Compounds in Carbonaceous Chondrites*
Spectroscopic Evidence for Interstellar Grain Clumps in Meteoritic Inclusions*
Calculations of Infrared Luxes from Galactic Sources for a Polysaccharide Grain Model*
3 – Cosmic Micro-Organisms : Infrared Characterisation
Infrared Spectroscopy of Micro-Organisms near 3.4 μm in Relation to Geology and Astronomy*
Infrared Spectroscopy Over The 2.9–3.9 μm Waveband in Biochemistry and Astronomy*
2.8–3.6 μm Spectra of Micro-Organisms with Varying H2O Ice-Content*
Organo-Siliceous Biomolecules and the Infrared Spectrum of the Trapezium Nebula*
The Spectroscopic Idebtification of Interstellar Grains*
The Availability of Phosphorus in The Bacterial Model of The Interstellar Grains*
Diatoms on Earth, Comets, Europa and in Interstellar Space*
A Diatom Model of Dust in the Trapezium Nebula*
Infrared Evidence for Panspermia : An Update*
4. – Evidence from Interstellar Extinction
On The Nature of Interstellar Grains*
A Model for Interstellar Extinction*
The Ultraviolet Absorbance of Presumably Interstellar Bacteria and Related Matters*
The Case Against Graphite Particles in Interstellar Space*
5 – Biogenic Aromatic Molecules in Space
Organic Molecules in Interstellar Dust : A Possible Spectral Signature at λ2200 Å?*
Identification of the λ2200 Å Interstellar Absorption Feature*
A Unified Model for The 3.28 μ Emission and The 2200 Å Interstellar Extinction Feature*
Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Very Small Interstellar Grains*
An Integrated 2.5–12.5 μm Emission Spectrum of Naturally-Occurring Aromatic Molecules*
Biofluorescence and The Extended Red Emission in Astrophysical Sources*
6 – Comets and Life
Comets, ice Ages, and Ecological Catastrophes*
Comets – A Vehicle for Panspermia*
Some Predictions on The Nature of Comet Halley*
A Model of The 2–4 μm Spectrum of Comet Halley*
Modelling The 5–30 μm Spectrum of Comet Halley*
Very Small Dust Particles (VSDP's) in Comet C/1996 B2 (Hyakutake)*
The Astonishing Redness of Kuiper-Belt Objects*
Eruptions of Comet Hale-Bopp at 6.5 AU*
Infrared Radiation From Comet Hale-Bopp*
List of Forthcoming papers
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