.......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.
To: Just mythoughts
There is no claim, “hidden” or otherwise, that evolution “is result from abiogenesis”. The theory of evolution through natural selection is in no way dependent upon any particular mechanism, natural or miraculous, that resulted in the formation of life. Evolution is only dependent upon that life, once formed, being an imperfect replicator subject to selective pressure; and it is.
But IS it too much to ask that someone actually know and understand the difference between evolution and abiogenesis before them wanting their opinion on the subject taken seriously?
posted on 12/17/2009 9:29:38 PM PST
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