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The Paper: Carbonaceous meteorites as a source of sugar-related organic compounds for the early Earth. Published in Nature, December 20, 2001.The Author: George Cooper, et al.The Gist: It is possible that if it weren't for sugar-bearing meteorites, you wouldn't be here.
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