The bluffer's guide to life


Want to impress your mates with your knowledge of the origins of life? The question of just how we emerged from the primordial soup/slime/porridge/ aerosol or whatever can always be relied upon to trigger an argument or two. To bluff with confidence there’s nowhere better to start than Stanley Miller, who set the ball rolling in 1953 when he made amino acids by recreating a plausible set of conditions that might have been around on the early Earth. Look at http://sciences.homepage.com/miller.htm for an interview with the esteemed pioneer, where he talks about the problems of studying how life began,
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