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Wallis 2013: The Polonnaruwa Meteorite (Biological Composition)

2013 March 11

The Polonnaruwa Meteorite: Oxygen isotope, Crystalline and Biological Composition
Jamie Wallis, Nori Miyake, Richard B. Hoover, Andrew Oldroyd, Daryl H. Wallis, Anil Samaranayake, K. Wickramarathne, M.K. Wallis, Carl H. Gibson, N. C. Wickramasinghe
Journal of Cosmology, Volume 22, No.2. March 2013
arXiv:1303.1845

Filed under: Hmmmmmm…..

See also:
Astrobiologists Find Ancient Fossils in Fireball Fragments
Algae-like structures inside a Sri Lankan meteorite are clear evidence of panspermia, the idea that life exists throughout the universe, say astrobiologists.
http://www.technologyreview.com/view/512381/astrobiologists-find-ancient-fossils-in-fireball-fragments/


Update:
The take-down comes from Phil Plait in Slate
First in No, Diatoms Have Not Been Found in a Meteorite

And then again in
UPDATE: No, Life Has Still Not Been Found in a Meteorite


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