You're lying again. I repeat (again) that maternity wards ARE evidence NOT that chemical abiogenesis occurred, but that life coming from natural chemical processes IS possible, and therefore MAY be possible for abiogenesis. And as always, science IS also open to the possibility that abio MAY also be wrong.Out of my element? coming from the one who says live births are evidence of abiogenesis!..Ha,Ha,
You on the other hand have already concluded it IS wrong because Jewmagic.
Nah, most idiotic analogy is humans make stuff therefore it proves invisible magic Jew wizards. In the meantime instead of forming coherent arguments you can only make lame jokes, lie a lot, and never address a single error.Attention Dude! for that one, you have won the grand prize of the most idiotic analogy on record here, you will recieve your prize via mail, a can of whamo slime so you can create your own life.Follow the simple directions on the can, add a billion years and it will poof to life.
That's why you just avoided that just now when you switched the subject (again) back to abio instead of the Big Bang.
Of course this does mean (again) that the actual content of my posts go unaddressed.
So yeah, you are out of your element. You're not capable of discussing science and never have been.
And evolution still remains a valid working theory, and in fact the ONLY scientific theory in biology, despite all your best efforts.