Same old creationist verbal trickery - or is it selective functional illiteracy? Evolution and abiogenesis are not even similar processes, and both are ongoing subjects of study - but of course you already know that, since "It's the Darwin crowd that lacks the facts in evolution debate," right? How about your "crowd" dazzle the "Darwin crowd" with those missing facts, HTS? We've been waiting for waaay past 100,000 posts now. Waiting. Waiting. Still waiting.<quoted text>
Nice dodge, ChromiuMan...
You can start with all of the amino acids and nucleotides that you like.
Explain how life could form by random evolutionary processes.
Meanwhile, Genesis hasn't changed in thousands of years, so you've had plenty of time to reconcile the myth with reality. How's that one coming along? Not so good, last I heard. Can you start with a day = a thousand years and visa versa, or would you prefer the order of creation, or perhaps a comparison of events between Gen 1 and Gen 2?