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Life from Scratch

Learning to make synthetic cells

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11:53am, January 8, 2008

Maggots don't arise spontaneously out of dead, rotting meat. Aphids never materialize within drops of morning dew. Aristotle and others who believed in the spontaneous generation of life were dead wrong.

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