In 2010, I moved back to the UK, and shortly afterwards a newspaper published an article on my story.  The journalist quotes Tony Downs who was a retired professor of inorganic chemistry at Oxford, and one of the academics I discussed the origins of life theory with.

On a side note, although I had to explain to Tony Downs that Darwinian Natural Selection was acknowledged by many to have 'a degree of circularity about the reasoning', at no point did Downs suggest that there was ANY circularity in my theoretical arguments. Downs was quite unequivocal in his assessment that everything described by my process logic was already well-accepted in chemistry. So I'm pretty sure that is a misquote by a sloppy journalist.