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