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Charles H Lineweaver

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Publications in Refereed Journals

  1. Exoplanet predictions based on the generalized Titius-Bode relation
    Bovaird, T. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2013 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, August 29, doi:10.1093/mnras/stt1357
  2. The Habitability of Our Earth and Other Earths: Astrophysical, Geochemical, Geophysical, and Biological Limits on Planet Habitability
    Lineweaver, C.H. & Chopra, A. 2012 Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Science, 40: 597-623
  3. Using the phase diagram of liquid water to search for life
    Jones, E.G. & Lineweaver, C.H. , 2012 Australian Journal of Earth Science, 59, 253-262
  4. An Extensive Phase Space for the Potential Martian Biosphere
    Jones, E.G., Lineweaver, C.H. & Clarke, J.D. 2011 Astrobiology 11, 10, 1017-1033
  5. Cancer Tumors as Metazoa 1.0: tapping genes of ancient ancestors
    Davies, P.C.W. & Lineweaver, C.H. , 2011 Physical Biology, 8, 015001
  6. Spreading the Power: Comment on "Life, Hierarchy, and the Thermodynamic Machinery of Planet Earth" by A. Kleidon
    Lineweaver, C.H. , 2010 Physics of Life Reviews, Vol 7, 4, 463 doi:10.1016/j.plrev.2010.10.004,
  7. To What Extent Does Terrestrial Life "Follow the Water"?
    Jones, E.G. & Lineweaver, C.H. , 2010 Astrobiology, Vol 10, 3, 349-361
  8. Pressure-temperature Phase Diagram of the Earth
    Jones, E.G. & Lineweaver, C.H. , 2010 in Pathways Towards Habitable Planets, Edt. V. Coude Du Foresto, D.M. Gelino & I. Ribas, ASP Conference Series 430, pp 145-151,
  9. Palaeoecophylostoichiometrics: Searching for the Elemental Composition of the Last Universal Common Ancestor
    Chopra, A. & Lineweaver, C.H. , Brocks,J.J., Ireland, T.R. 2010 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 9th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short & I. Cairns, conference held in Sydney, Australia Sept 27 - Oct 1 2009 ISBN 13: 978-0-9775740-3-2, pp 91-104
  10. The Potato Radius: a Lower Minimun Size for Dwarf Planets
    Lineweaver, C.H. & Norman, M. 2010, Australian Space Science Conference Series: Proceedings of the 9th Australian Space Science Conference, eds W. Short & I. Cairns, National Space Society of Australia, ISBN 13: 978-0-9775740-3-2, pp 67-78
  11. A Larger Estimate of the Entropy of the Universe
    Egan, C. A. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2010 Astrophysical Journal, 710, 1825-1834 arXiv:0909.3983
  12. Signatures of a Shadow Biosphere
    Davies, P. C. W., Benner, S.A., Cleland, C.E., Lineweaver, C.H. , McKay, C.P. & Wolfe-Simon, F. 2009 Astrobiology, Vol 9, No 2, 241-249
  13. The Bombardment History of the Moon and the Origin of Life on Earth
    Lineweaver, C.H. & Norman, M. 2009 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 8th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short & I. Cairns, conference held in Canberra, Australia Sept 29 - Oct 2 2008 ISBN 13:978-0-9775740-2-5
  14. The Major Elemental Abundance Differences between Life, the Oceans and the Sun
    Chopra, A. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2009 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 8th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short & I. Cairns, conference held in Canberra, Australia Sept 29 - Oct 2 2008 ISBN 13:978-0-9775740-2-5
  15. Statistical Analysis of Solar and Stellar Properties
    Robles, J.A., Egan, C.A. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2009 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 8th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short & I. Cairns, conference held in Canberra, Australia Sept 29 - Oct 2 2008 ISBN 13:978-0-9775740-2-5
  16. Life, Gravity and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
    Lineweaver, C.H. & C.A. Egan, C.A. 2008 Physics of Life Reviews, 5, 225-242
  17. Dark-Energy Dynamics Required to Solve the Cosmic Coincidence
    Egan, C.A. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2008 Physical Review D, 78 083528-13 arXiv:0712.3099
  18. A comprehensive comparison of the Sun to other stars: searching for self-selection effects
    Robles, J.A. Lineweaver, C.H. , D. Grether, C. Flynn, C.A. Egan, M. Pracy, J. Holmberg & E. Gardner 2008 Astrophysical Journal, 684, 691 Sept 1, 2008 arXiv:0805.2962
  19. New Perspectives on the Lunar Cataclysm from Pre-4 Ga Impact Melt Breccia and Cratering Density Populations
    Norman, M. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2007 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 7th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short pp 73-83, ISBN 13:978-0-9775740-1-8 Conference held in Sydney, Australia Sept 24-27, 2007
  20. The Cosmic Coincidence as a Temporal Selection Effect Produced by the Age Distribution of Terrestrial Planets in the Universe
    Lineweaver, C.H. & C.A. Egan 2007 Astrophysical Journal, December 10, 2007, Vol 671, 853 astro-ph/0703429
  21. The Metallicity of Stars with Close Companions
    Grether, D. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2007 (November 10) Astrophysical Journal, 669, 1220-1234 astro-ph/0612172
  22. Towards a Classification System of Terrestrial Planets
    C.H.Lineweaver & J.A. Robles 2007 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 6th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short, conference held in Canberra, Australia July 19-21, 2006, ISBN 0-9775740-0, pp 100-108
  23. Is the Sun a Random Star?
    J.A. Robles & C.H.Lineweaver 2007 in Australian Space Science Conference Series: 6th Conference Proceedings NSSA Full Referreed Proceedings CD, (ed) National Space Society of Australia Ltd, edt. W. Short, conference held in Canberra, Australia July 19-21, 2006, ISBN 0-9775740-0, pp 176-181
  24. A search for water masers toward extrasolar planets
    Minier, V. & Lineweaver, C.H. 2006 Astron. & Astrophys. 449, 805-808 astro-ph/0602390
  25. How Dry is the Brown Dwarf Desert?: Quantifying the Relative Number of Planets, Brown Dwarfs and Stellar Companions around Nearby Sun-like Stars
    Grether, D., Lineweaver C.H. 2006, Astrophysical Journal 640, 1051-1062 astro-ph/0412356
  26. Finding a Second Sample of Life on Earth
    Davies, P. C. W. & C.H.Lineweaver 2005 Astrobiology Vol 5, No 2, 154-163
  27. Testing the CMB Data for systematic effects
    Griffiths, L., Lineweaver C.H., 2004, Astrophysical Journal, 603, 371-382 astro-ph/0311373
  28. Testing the CMB Data for systematic effects
    Griffiths, L., Lineweaver C.H., 2003, astro-ph/0301490 (Pre-WMAP data only)
  29. Martian Life: stuck somewhere between inevitable biochemistry and quirky biology
    C.H.Lineweaver 2004 Microbiology Australia March, Vol 25, Number 1, p 20-21
  30. The Galactic Habitable Zone and the Age Distribution of Complex Life in the Milky Way
    C.H.Lineweaver, Y. Fenner & B.Gibson 2004 Science 303, 59-62 astro-ph/0401024
  31. Expanding Confusion: common misconceptions of cosmological horizons and the superluminal expansion of the universe
    Davis, T.M., Lineweaver C.H., 2004, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 21, 97-109, astro-ph/0310808
  32. What Fraction of Sun-like Stars have Planets?
    Lineweaver C.H., Grether, D., 2003, Astrophysical Journal, 598, 1, astro-ph/0306524 (color version)
  33. Black hole versus cosmological horizon entropy
    Davis, T. M., Davies, P. C. W. & C.H.Lineweaver 2003 Classical and Quantum Gravity 20, 2753-2764, astro-ph/0305121
  34. On the Non-observability of Recent Biogenesis
    C.H.Lineweaver & Davis, T.M. 2003 Astrobiology Vol. 3, No 2, 241-243, astro-ph/0205041
  35. Automated search for Southern Planetary Transits
    M.G.Hidas, J.K.Webb, M.C.B.Ashley, C.H.Lineweaver J. Anderson & M. Irwin 2003 Bioastronomy 2002: Life Among the Stars edt. R.Norris, & F.Stootman Astron. Soc. Pac. IAU Symposium Vol 213, 77-79 astro-ph/0209388
  36. How Common are Earths? How Common are Jupiters?
    C.H.Lineweaver D. Grether, M.G.Hidas 2003 Bioastronomy 2002: Life Among the Stars edt. R.Norris, & F.Stootman Astron. Soc. Pac. IAU Symposium Vol 213, 41-44 astro-ph/0209383
  37. What can rapid terrestrial biogenesis tell us about life in the universe?
    C.H.Lineweaver T.M. Davis 2003 Bioastronomy 2002: Life Among the Stars edt. R.Norris, & F.Stootman Astron. Soc. Pac. IAU Symposium Vol 213, 259-262 astro-ph/0209385
  38. Precambrian surface temperatures and molecular phylogeny
    D.Schwartzman & C.H.Lineweaver 2003 Bioastronomy 2002: Life Among the Stars edt. R.Norris, & F.Stootman Astron. Soc. Pac. IAU Symposium Vol 213, 355-358
  39. Solutions to the tethered galaxy problem in an expanding universe and the observation of receding blue shifted objects
    Davis, T.M., Lineweaver C.H., Webb, J.K. 2003 American Journal of Physics, April, Vol. 71, Issue 4, pp 358-364 astro-ph/0104349
  40. The Observational Case for Jupiter Being a Typical Massive Planet
    Lineweaver C.H., Grether, D., 2002 Astrobiology, Vol. 2, No. 3, 325-334 astro-ph/0201003
  41. Does the Rapid Appearance of Life on Earth Suggest that Life is Common in the Universe?
    C.H.Lineweaver T.M. Davis 2002 Astrobiology, Vol. 2, No. 3, 293-304, astro-ph/0205014
  42. Black holes constrain varying constants
    P.C.W.Davies, T.M. Davis & C.H.Lineweaver 2002 Nature, 418, 602-603
  43. An Estimate of the Age Distribution of Terrestrial Planets in the Universe: Quantifying Metallicity as a Selection Effect
    C.H.Lineweaver 2001 Icarus, 151,307-313, astro-ph/0012399 astro-ph/0012399
  44. What is the Universe made of? How old is it?
    C.H.Lineweaver 2000 Australian & New Zealand Physicist, January/February, 2000, Vol. 37, Number 1, 8-14, astro-ph/9911294
  45. Omega_m, Omega_Lambda! We know you're in there. We've got you surrounded. Come out with your hands up
    C.H.Lineweaver 2000 Astro. Lett. and Communications Vol. 37, 112 astro-ph/9810334
  46. Applications of wavelets to the analysis of cosmic microwave background maps
    L.Tenorio, A.H. Jaffe, S. Hanany, C.H.Lineweaver 1999 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 310, 823, astro-ph/9903206 astro-ph/9903206
  47. Bigger uncertainties and the Big Bang
    L.Tenorio, P.B.Stark & C.H.Lineweaver 1999 Inverse Problems, 15, n.1, 329-341
  48. A Younger Age for the Universe
    C.H.Lineweaver 1999 Science, 284, 1503-1507 astro-ph/9911493 NED
  49. The Cosmic Microwave Background and Observational Convergence in the Omega_m - Omega_Lambda Plane
    C.H.Lineweaver 1998 Astrophysical Journal Letters, 505, L69-73 astro-ph/9805326

Chapters in Books

  1. What is complexity? Is it increasing?
    Lineweaver C.H., Davies, P.C.W. & Ruse, M. 2013, in "Complexity and the Arrow of Time", eds. C.H. Lineweaver, P.C.W. Davies & M. Ruse, Cambridge University Press, pp 3-16
  2. A simple treatment of complexity: cosmological entropic boundary conditions on increasing complexity
    Lineweaver C.H., 2013, in "Complexity and the Arrow of Time", eds. C.H. Lineweaver, P.C.W. Davies & M. Ruse, Cambridge University Press, pp 3-16
  3. The Initial Low Gravitational Entropy of the Universe As the Origin of Design in Nature
    Lineweaver C.H. & Egan, C.A. 2012, in "Origin(s) of Design in Nature: A Fresh, Interdisciplinary Look at How Design Emerges in Complex Systems, Especially Life", eds. L. Swan, R. Gordon & J. Seckbach, Springer, pp 5-16
  4. What Can Life on Earth Tell us About Life in the Universe
    Lineweaver C.H. & Chopra, A. 2012, in "Genesis - In the Beginning", edt. J. Seckbach, Springer, pp 799-815
  5. Cosmobiology: Our Place in the Universe
    Lineweaver C.H., 2009, in "Genes to Galaxies", edt. A. Selinger & A. Green, 35th Professor Harry Messel International Science School, The Science Foundation for Physics within the University of Sydney, pp 182-197
  6. Paleontological Tests: Human-like Intelligence is not a Convergent Feature of Evolution
    Lineweaver C.H., 2009, in "From Fossils to Astrobiology", edt. J. Seckbach & M. Walsh Vol 13 of a series on Cellular Origins and Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology, Springer, pp 353-368
  7. Increasingly Overlapping Magisteria of Science and Religion
    Lineweaver C.H., 2008, in ``Divine Action and Natural Selection: Questions of science and faith in biological evolution'' edt. R. Gordon & J. Seckbach, World Scientific, Singapore pp 171-181.
  8. We Have Not Detected Extraterrestrial Life, or Have We?
    Lineweaver C.H., 2006, in "Life as We Know It", edt. J. Seckbach Vol 10 of a series on Cellular Origins and Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology, Springer, Dordrecht pp 445-457 ISBN 1-4020-4394-5
  9. Cosmological and Biological Reproducibility: Limits on the Maximum Entropy Production Principle
    Lineweaver C.H., 2005, in Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics and the Production of Entropy: Life, Earth and Beyond edt. A. Kleidon and R. Lorenz, Springer, pp 67-76
  10. Temperature, Biogenesis and Biospheric Self-Organization
    Schwartzman, D., Lineweaver C.H., 2005, in Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics and the Production of Entropy: Life, Earth and Beyond edt. A. Kleidon and R. Lorenz, Springer, pp 207-217
  11. Inflation and the Cosmic Microwave Background
    Lineweaver C.H., 2005, in The New Cosmology, edt M. Colless, Proceedings of the 16th International Physics Summer School, Canberra, 2003, World Scientific, Singapore, pp 31-65 astro-ph/0305179
  12. Cosmic Thermobiology: Thermal constraints on the origin and evolution of life
    Lineweaver C.H., Schwartzman, D. 2003, in Origins, edt. J. Seckbach part of a series on Cellular Origins and Life in Extreme Habitats Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, pp 233-248 astro-ph/0305214
  13. Our Place in the Universe
    Lineweaver C.H. 2001, in To Mars and Beyond, National Museum of Australia's Inaugural Exhibition Catalogue, ed. M. Walter pp 88-99, Art Exhibitions Australia Limited Sydney and the National Museum of Australia

Publications in Conference Proceedings

  1. Dark Energy and the Entropy of the Observable Universe
    Lineweaver C.H. & Egan, C A. 2010, Invisible Universe Conference Edt. J.-M. Alimi, in press
  2. Comparing the Chemical Composition of the Sun and Earth
    Lineweaver C.H. & Robles, J. A. 2009, Bioastronomy 2007: Molecules, Microbes and Extraterrestrial Life, Astron. Soc. Pac. Conf. Ser. Vol 420 Eds. K. J. Meech, J.V.Keane, M.J.Mumma, J.L. Siefert and D.J. Werthimer, San Francisco, p 83
  3. Stellar Properties and Rocky Planet Habitability: Is there a Correlation
    Robles, J. A. & Lineweaver C.H. 2009, Bioastronomy 2007: Molecules, Microbes and Extraterrestrial Life, Astron. Soc. Pac. Conf. Ser. Vol 420 Eds. K. J. Meech, J.V.Keane, M.J.Mumma, J.L. Siefert and D.J. Werthimer, San Francisco, p 325
  4. At Least One Quarter of Sun-like Stars Possess Planets
    Grether, D., Lineweaver C.H., 2003, IAU presentation
  5. Is the pre-WMAP CMB data self-consistent?
    Lineweaver C.H., L. Griffiths 2003, in `The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation and its Polarization' edt S. Hanany, K. Olive, New Astronomy Reviews, Elsevier B.V. in press, astro-ph/0306011
  6. An Automated Search for Extrasolar Planet Transits
    M.G.Hidas, J.K.Webb, M.C.B.Ashley, C.H.Lineweaver , J. Anderson & M. Irwin 2003, in the Proceedings of the International Conference ``Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets'', held in Washington D.C. June 18-21, 2002, Astron. Soc. Pac. Conf. Ser. Vol 294 edt. D. Deming & S. Seager, p 383 astro-ph/0209388
  7. Gold in the Doppler Hills: Cosmological Parameters in the Microwave Background
    C.H.Lineweaver 1997 From Quantum Fluctuations to Cosmological Structures, ASP Conference Series 126, edt. D. Valls-Gabaud, M. Hendry, P. Molaro, K. Chamcham, pp 185-205 astro-ph/9702042
  8. The CMB Dipole: The Most Recent Measurement and Some History
    C.H.Lineweaver 1997 Microwave Background Anisotropies. Proceedings of the XVIth Moriond Astrophysics Meeting, Les Arcs, Savoie, France, March 16th-23rd, 1996. Edited by F. R. Bouchet, R. Gispert, B. Guilderdoni, and J. T. Thanh Van, Gif-sur-Yvette: Editions Frontieres ISBN: 3863322087, pp 69 - 75 astro-ph/9609034

Book Reviews

  1. How to Find a Habitable Planet
    Lineweaver C.H. 2011, Book Review of "How to Find a Habitable Planet" by J. Kasting, Astrobiology, 11, 1, 2011 (February issue) doi:10:1089/ast.2010.1229
  2. Astrobiology Graduates
    Lineweaver C.H. 2008, Book Review of "Planets and Life: The Emerging Science of Astrobiolgy" by W.T. Sullivan III & J.A. Baross, review published in Geological Magazine; July 2008; v. 145; no. 4; p. 607
  3. Can a Biosphere be Selfish? : The Gaian Challenge to Darwinism
    Lineweaver C.H. 2007, Book Review Essay of "Scientists Debate Gaia: The Next Century" edt S.H. Schneider, J.R. Miller, E. Crist and P.J. Boston published in Astrobiology Magazine. This is an extended version of the review essay published on-line at www.astrobio.net/news/article2302.html
  4. Our Once and Future Homes: Life in the Solar System and Beyond
    Lineweaver C.H. 2005, Book Review of "Life in the Solar System and Beyond" by Barrie W. Jones, review published in Physics Today, February, p 63
  5. Intelligent Life in the Universe
    Lineweaver C.H. 2005, Book Review of "Intelligent Life in the Universe: From Common Origins to the Future of Humanity" by Peter Ulmschneider, review published in Astrobiology Magazine, pp 658 - 661

Magazines

  1. Misconceptions about the Big Bang
    Lineweaver C.H., Davis, T.M. 2005, Scientific American, March 2005, p 36-45
  2. The Heart of Darkness: The Bizarre World of Black Holes
    Lineweaver C.H. 2001, Newton Graphic Science Magazine, March-April 2001, p 36-63
  3. The Origin of the Universe Part I
    The Origin of the Universe Part 2
    Lineweaver C.H. 2000, Newton Graphic Science Magazine, Sept-Oct 2000, p 34-71

Newspapers

  1. The Science of Avatar
    Lineweaver, C.H., 2010, Monday, March 15, Canberra Times, Times2 Supplement, page 8
  2. Time-warp, Santa Style
    Lineweaver, C.H., 2009, Monday, December 14, Canberra Times, Times2 Supplement, page 7
  3. Does the Universe contain an infinite number of Kevin Rudds?
    Lineweaver, C.H., 2009, Monday, July 9, Canberra Times, Times2 Supplement, page 6
  4. It's time to eat humble pie: latest evidence gives humans a reality check
    Lineweaver, C.H., 2009, Monday, March 30, Canberra Times, Times2 Supplement, page 7

Other Publications

  1. Correlation Function Analysis of the COBE Differential Microwave Radiometer Sky Maps
    Lineweaver, 1994, Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Berkeley, 156 pages