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This short clip about the human body gives more food for thought! Listen carefully to the independent commentary!

You're more amazing

The Problem of the Origin of Life
1953 was an exciting year for biology. Not only did James Watson and Francis Crick work out the double-helix structure of DNA, but in the same year Stanley Miller published the results of his famous ‘primeval soup’ experiments in which he produced some amino acids by passing an electric spark through a mixture of water vapour, hydrogen, methane and ammonia. So, just as basic genetic mechanisms were being understood, came the first clear evidence that organic compounds could arise from abiotic sources - prompting enthusiastic speculations about the origin of life.