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Virgil's Aeneid, by Chance Alone? - Aug 1, 1985/article/virgils-aeneid-by-chance-alone
Jean Sloat Morton, Ph.D. - The late Dr. A.I. Oparin, Russian biochemist, is primarily responsible for the modern theories on the origin of life. He believed that inorganic substances could come together and spontaneously generate living matter. Dr. Oparin's atheistic...
Glycolysis and Alcoholic Fermentation - Dec 1, 1980/article/glycolysis-alcoholic-fermentation
Jean Sloat Morton, Ph.D. - When the oxygen supply runs short in heavy or prolonged exercise, muscles obtain most of their energy from an anaerobic (without oxygen) process called glycolysis. Yeast cells obtain energy under anaerobic conditions using a very similar process...