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Questionable success for life synthesis diehards
Ross, H. 1995.  Facts and Faith 9(3):4. CELD ID 6529

In 1952 biochemist Stanley Miller performed what was heralded as "the first laboratory synthesis of organic compounds under primitive earth conditions."1 This experiment was widely touted as evidence for a naturalistic explanation of life's origin.2 Modern theory and texts still lean heavily on Miller's "proof" of spontaneous generation.