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1. Scientific American, 2008, speciālizlaidums ”Majestic Universe”, 11. lpp.

2. Perfect Planet, Clever Species—How Unique Are We? by William C. Burger, 2003, 24., 34. lpp.

3. Rare Earth—Why Complex Life Is Uncommon in the Universe, by Peter D. Ward and Donald Brownlee, 2000, 224. lpp.

4. The Sacred Balance—Rediscovering Our Place in Nature, by David Suzuki, 2007, 102. lpp.

5. God and the New Cosmology—The Anthropic Design Argument, by M. A. Corey, 1993, 144., 145. lpp.

”Dzīvība ir visur”

6. Wildlife in a Changing World—An Analysis of the 2008 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, edited by Jean-Christophe Vié, Craig Hilton-Taylor, and Simon N. Stuart, 2009, 6. lpp.

7. ”Total Bacterial Diversity in Soil and Sediment Communities—A Review,” by V. Torsvik, R. Sørheim, and J. Goksøyr. — Journal of Industrial Microbiology, 17. sēj., 1996, 170.—178. lpp.

8. ”Environmental Genomics Reveals a Single-Species Ecosystem Deep Within Earth,” by Dylan Chivian, et al. — Science, 322. sēj., 10. oktobris, 2008, 275.—278. lpp.

9. ”Microbe Census Reveals Air Crawling With Bacteria,” by David Biello. — Scientific American (http://​www.scientificamerican.com/​article.cfm?id=microbe-census-reveals-ai).

Kurš to izgudroja pirmais?

10. ”As the Whale Turns,” by Adam Summers. — Natural History, jūnijs, 2004, 24., 25. lpp.

11. Random Samples, ”Flippered Flight”. — Science, 304. sēj., 21. maijs, 2004, 1106. lpp.

12. Technology, ”Is It a Bird, Is It a Plane . . . ”. — New Scientist, 3. septembris, 2005, 21. lpp.

13. Heat Exchanger Design, by Arthur P. Fraas, otrais izdevums, 1989, 2. lpp.

14. Report, ”Technology That Imitates Nature”. — The Economist Technology Quarterly, 11. jūnijs, 2005, 18.—22. lpp.

15. ”Design for Living,” by Michael J. Behe. — The New York Times, 7. februāris, 2005, A21. lpp.

Evolūcija. Mīti un fakti

16. ”Darwin & Evolution—The Illusion of Design,” by Richard Dawkins. — Natural History, novembris, 2005, 37. lpp.

17. Darvins Č. Sugu izcelšanās, 1953 (pirmizd. angļu val. 1859), 116., 117. lpp.

18. Turpat, 386., 387. lpp.

19. ”The Production of Mutations,” by H. J. Muller, 1946. — Nobel Lectures, Physiology or Medicine 1942-1962, 1999, 162. lpp.

20. Mutation Breeding, Evolution, and the Law of Recurrent Variation, by Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig, ”Expectations in Mutation Breeding”, 2005, 48. lpp., un intervija ar V. E. Lēnigu.

21. Mutation Breeding, Evolution, and the Law of Recurrent Variation, 48.—51. lpp.

22. Mutation Breeding, Evolution, and the Law of Recurrent Variation, 49., 50., 52., 54., 59., 64. lpp., un intervija ar V. E. Lēnigu.

23. Science and Creationism—A View From the National Academy of Sciences, ”Evidence Supporting Biological Evolution”, 1999, 10. lpp.

24. Turpat, 11. lpp.

25. ”Natural Selection and Darwin’s Finches,” by Peter R. Grant. — Scientific American, oktobris, 1991, 87. lpp.;

”Oscillating Selection on Darwin’s Finches,” by H. Lisle Gibbs and Peter R. Grant. — Nature, 11. jūnijs, 1987, 511. lpp.;

”Hybridization of Bird Species,” by Peter R. Grant and B. Rosemary Grant. — Science, 256. sēj., 10. aprīlis, 1992, 193.—197. lpp.

26. Adaption and Natural Selection, by George C. Williams, 1966, 54. lpp.

27. Sudden Origins—Fossils, Genes, and the Emergence of Species, by Jeffrey H. Schwartz, 1999, 317.—320. lpp.

28. Science and Creationism—A View From the National Academy of Sciences, otrais izdevums, ”Evidence Supporting Biological Evolution”, 14. lpp.

 29. The Triumph of Evolution and the Failure of Creationism, by Niles Eldredge, 2000, 49., 85. lpp.

30. ”Billions and Billions of Demons,” by Richard C. Lewontin. — The New York Review of Books, 9. janvāris, 1997, 28.—32. lpp.

31. ”Scientists and Religion in America,” by Edward J. Larson and Larry Witham. — Scientific American, septembris, 1999, 91. lpp.

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32. ”Evolution and the Foundation of Ethics,” by William B. Provine. — Science, Technology, and Social Progress, edited by Steven L. Goldman, 1989, 253., 266. lpp.