Is it too much to ask that people actually know and understand the difference between evolution and abiogenesis before them wanting their opinion on the subject to be taken seriously?
The issue is not the difference between evolution and abiogenesis. The issue is that the hidden claim is that evolution is result from abiogenesis. Problem is there is NO evidence ever discovered, uncovered, replicated, or created to demonstrate there ever was such a thing as abiogenesis. But it remains the foundation that gave birth to the TOE.
I suspect that the title is really a reference to the popular perception of the Miller-Urey experiment, which derives from the media coverage at the time, plus the treatment of the same in education ever since then.
You will admit that whenever the media get involved, science, or anything else resembling rational analysis, is the first casualty in the scramble for ratings. Same old same old....
“My point is that the title betrays the utter ignorance of the author. Stanley Millers experiment showed an interesting fact, that several amino acids can form spontaneously. Nothing junk about it, and nothing about evolution either. So the title Junk Science Exposed in Evolutionary Theory is not supported by the article.”
Learn to read, man. The “junk science” claim refers to the textbooks:
“Millions of high school and college biology textbooks teach that research scientist Stanley Miller, in the 1950s, showed how life could have arisen by chance. Nothing could be further from the truth.”