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Is a virus an organism? --Horace 04:28, 8 April 2007 (EDT)

From Soup

Edited comments on replication of experimental results for clarity. From before the edit, "Doubters have been comforted by the failure to find any feasible chain of chemical events to explain how the three components all came together" This would be critical in replicating and testing the theory proposed."

The second sentence seems to indicate that RNA synthesis has not been duplicated in the lab, the statement has been change to claify that while RNA has been created, the far more complex DNA has not been. --DylanBiery 08:40, 18 May 2009 (EDT)


This article is woefully incomplete and very badly needs cleanup. I have removed the "prebiotic soup" section, as it is largely irrelevant to an article explaining what RNA is. I'll also mentally add finishing this article to my to-do list; I'll try to get to it some time this weekend or next week. Unless somebody else would like to take a stab at rewriting it...--JHunter 18:09, 1 November 2012 (EDT)