Miller, Stanley

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An American researcher, who attempted to synthesize amino acids-the fundamental building blocks of life-in a laboratory environment together with his supervisor, Harold Urey, at Chicago University in 1953. However, during the experiment, he distorted the primitive atmosphere hypothesized by evolutionists. This experiment, known as the Urey-Miller experiment, proved, contrary to what had been hoped, that life could not possibly come into existence spontaneously. (See The Miller Experiment.)


Stanley Miller with his experimental apparatus
2009-08-15 17:40:17

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