Louis Pasteur

Louis PasteurIn existographies, Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) (IQ:175|#305) [RGM:52|1,250+] (Murray 4000:1|M / 11|CS) (Simmons 100:5) (GCE:#) (Hart 100:6) was a French chnopsologist (biologist), micro-chnoposologist (microbiologist), and chemist; generally known for the principles of pasteurization (eponymously named), vaccination, and microbial fermentation.

Pasteur, supposedly, was an advocate of biogenesis theory; he also, supposedly (Ѻ), expressed some type of belief of god.

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The following are quotes by Pasteur:

Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.”
— Louis Pasteur (c.1880)

External links
Louis Pasteur – Wikipedia.

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