The answer to one of the most profound questions confronting humanity might have been found in the murky depths of a water trap at a bayside golf course. Great philosophers have spent millennia knitting their brows about whether we are alone in the universe. It now seems they should have been looking at hole nine of the Howestern golf course in Birkdale. Former University of Queensland microbiologist Tony Taylor revealed yesterday he had uncovered cast-iron (or should that be five iron) evidence that magnetic crystals found inside a Martian meteorite matched those in bacteria.
January 29th, 2004
Golf gives up the secrets of life The Courier-Mail
September 25th, 2002
Mice in space The Courier-Mail
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