Deep Hot Biosphere, Thomas Gold
David J. Thomas
dthomas at lyon.edu
Sat Jan 1 11:21:47 EST 2000
I wrote a review of this book for the journal, Ecology. It might help
with your question.
Fred Pruyn wrote:
> I just read this fascinating book
> 3-8584907-8313410) , and must admit that Gold makes a plausible story.
> But for those who read this book also: where could Gold be wrong in his
> assumptions that a still active biosphere is deep down the earth responsible
> for the formation of oil and coal? I am not in this field and like to have
> some more opinions, especially on his remarks about hopanoids.
> Fred Pruyn, The Netherlands
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