- wiki: Miller–Urey experiment - Wikipedia
- Miller–Urey experiment shows that it is possible for organic components to naturally appear from inorganic ones.
The experiment places water, methane, amnonia, and hydrogen in a flask. The mix was heated and electrical sparks were fired from electrodes. This is supposed to simulate conditions on early Earth.
- As the result of experiment, many amino acids form (which are a basis of organic life).
- This experiment has important considerations for abiogenesis and RNA World hypothesis.
- Other experiments inspired by Miller–Urey experiment showed that RNA and DNA nucleobases could be formed in a similar way.