What do you mean "no known limit"?<quoted text>
Changing the subject, eh? You were asking about abiogenesis. How existing organisms change over time is in no way related to how life came to be, just like how I make a diamond ring has nothing to do with how diamonds came to be. Try to stay on point.
Your argument is that probabilities prohibit the formation of self-replicating RNA via naturalistic means. I just want you to show your work. There is no known limit (other than Earth's total ultimate lifespan) to the time allowed, nor the number of potential chemical combinations that could occur on Earth over that time. So, please show us the chemical mechanism that would prohibit such a chemical formation.
You didn't address my post. You merely avoided it entirely with this whole "how could man evolve" bit. Stick to the subject at hand, or admit you've failed.
4.5 billion years is a limit.
The primordial soup is not infinite.
Yes,, you have big numbers to work with.
But you improbabilities are infinitely greater.