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* [[Fritz Müller]] (1821&ndash;1897): German biologist who emigrated to Brazil, where he studied the natural history of the Amazon rainforest and was an early advocate of [[Evolution|evolutionary theory]].<ref>"[Müller] was an atheist..." [http://www.ucl.ac.uk/taxome/jim/Mim/mullerrev.html Review of Müller's biography], by James Mallet, ''Quarterly Review of Biology'' 79:196 (2004). Retrieved July 2, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Fritz Müller]] (1821&ndash;1897): German biologist who emigrated to Brazil, where he studied the natural history of the Amazon rainforest and was an early advocate of [[Evolution|evolutionary theory]].<ref>"[Müller] was an atheist..." [http://www.ucl.ac.uk/taxome/jim/Mim/mullerrev.html Review of Müller's biography], by James Mallet, ''Quarterly Review of Biology'' 79:196 (2004). Retrieved July 2, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Hermann Joseph Muller]] (1890&ndash;1967): [[United States|American]] [[geneticist]] and educator, best known for his work on the physiological and genetic effects of [[radiation]] (X-ray mutagenesis). He won the [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] in 1946.<ref>"Muller, who through Unitarianism had become an enthusiastic pantheist, was converted both to atheism and to socialism." [http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0080-4606(196811)14%3C348%3AHJM1%3E2.0.CO%3B2-P Hermann Joseph Muller. 1890&ndash;1967], G. Pontecorvo, Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 14, Nov., 1968 (Nov., 1968), pp. 348-389 (Quote from p. 353) Retrieved July 14, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Hermann Joseph Muller]] (1890&ndash;1967): [[United States|American]] [[geneticist]] and educator, best known for his work on the physiological and genetic effects of [[radiation]] (X-ray mutagenesis). He won the [[Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine]] in 1946.<ref>"Muller, who through Unitarianism had become an enthusiastic pantheist, was converted both to atheism and to socialism." [http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0080-4606(196811)14%3C348%3AHJM1%3E2.0.CO%3B2-P Hermann Joseph Muller. 1890&ndash;1967], G. Pontecorvo, Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 14, Nov., 1968 (Nov., 1968), pp. 348-389 (Quote from p. 353) Retrieved July 14, 2007.</ref>
* [[PZ Myers]] (1957&ndash;): American biology professor at the [[University of Minnesota]] and a science blogger via his [[blog]], ''[[Pharyngula (blog)|Pharyngula]]''.<ref>"I was brought up a Lutheran, but I became an atheist"&mdash;PZ Myers (February 14, 2007), [http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2007/02/its_the_arrogance_stupid.php It's the arrogance, stupid], ''[[Pharyngula (blog)|Pharyngula]]''. Retrieved February 22, 2007.</ref>
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* [[PZ Myers]] (1957&ndash;): American biology professor at the [[University of Minnesota]] and a science blogger via his [[Wikipedia:Blog|blog]], ''[[Pharyngula (blog)|Pharyngula]]''.<ref>"I was brought up a Lutheran, but I became an atheist"&mdash;PZ Myers (February 14, 2007), [http://scienceblogs.com/pharyngula/2007/02/its_the_arrogance_stupid.php It's the arrogance, stupid], ''[[Pharyngula (blog)|Pharyngula]]''. Retrieved February 22, 2007.</ref>
 
* [[Paul Nurse]] (1949&ndash;): 2001 [[Nobel Laureate]] in [[Physiology]] or [[Medicine]].<ref>"I gradually slipped away from religion over several years and became an atheist or to be more philosophically correct, a sceptical agnostic." [http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/2001/nurse-autobio.html Nurse's autobiography at Nobelprize.org]</ref>
 
* [[Paul Nurse]] (1949&ndash;): 2001 [[Nobel Laureate]] in [[Physiology]] or [[Medicine]].<ref>"I gradually slipped away from religion over several years and became an atheist or to be more philosophically correct, a sceptical agnostic." [http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/2001/nurse-autobio.html Nurse's autobiography at Nobelprize.org]</ref>
 
* [[Linus Pauling]] (1901&ndash;1994): American chemist, [[Nobel Laureate]] in [[Chemistry]] (1954) and [[Peace]] (1962)<ref>Originally a Lutheran, Pauling declared his atheism in 1992, two years before his death.</ref><ref name="Pauling"/>
 
* [[Linus Pauling]] (1901&ndash;1994): American chemist, [[Nobel Laureate]] in [[Chemistry]] (1954) and [[Peace]] (1962)<ref>Originally a Lutheran, Pauling declared his atheism in 1992, two years before his death.</ref><ref name="Pauling"/>

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