Wow! in an incredibly sophisticated lab , using mans most brilliant technology the experiment was a sucess..........it produced amino acids and dipeptides.<quoted text>
In an ultra-high vacuum chamber chilled to 10 degrees above absolute zero (10 Kelvin), Seol Kim and Ralf Kaiser of the Hawaiian team simulated an icy snowball in space including carbon dioxide, ammonia and various hydrocarbons such as methane, ethane and propane. When zapped with high-energy electrons to simulate the cosmic rays in space, the chemicals reacted to form complex, organic compounds, specifically dipeptides, essential to life. At UC Berkeley, Mathies and Amanda Stockton then analyzed the organic residues through the Mars Organic Analyzer, an instrument that Mathies designed for ultrasensitive detection and identification of small organic molecules in the solar system. The analysis revealed the presence of complex molecules nine different amino acids and at least two dipeptides capable of catalyzing biological evolution on earth.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-03-evidence-comets-...
Uh , is that life? NO, all it proved was that these type things couldn't happen on a wet rock billions of years ago. Wake up!