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Prebiotic Soup--Revisiting the Miller Experiment

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Science  02 May 2003:
Vol. 300, Issue 5620, pp. 745-746
DOI: 10.1126/science.1085145

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  • RE: "Prebiotic Soup--Revisiting the Miller Experiment" by Jeffrey L. Bada, Antonio Lazcano - Science 02 May 2003

    Waves aren't compelled to affect each other as the energy of hypothetical gravitons and undetectable virtual photons combining in Wave Packets to form particles of matter. They can interact in another way – to form interference patterns and holograms of a multispectral nature. That is, the holograms use multiple parts of the spectrum to stimulate the nervous system as well as every bodily sense. In a twist to science's Holographic Universe theory; the holograms also contain the radio and ultraviolet waves, X-ray and gamma rays, sound waves and gravitational waves associated with various Earthly and cosmic phenomena. Way back near the end of the 1980s, the magazine “Scientific American” reported that holograms have been made not only with visible light and X-rays, but also with microwaves and sound waves. There has been much progress since then, and infinitely more progress lies ahead. With multispectral holograms, working computers will eventually be simulated. So shall the nutritious vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats, carbohydrates and water of foods. Even the neurons and glial cells of the brain and nervous system – as well as all other bodily cells – will oneday be capable of being simulated, thus forming an immaterial "spirit body".

    "Many religions, from Hinduism to Gnostic Christianity to Mormon doctrine, teach that – as impious as it may sound – it is the goal of humans to become gods." ["Pale Blue Dot – A Vision of the Hum...

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