Exactly! Evolution starts once abiogenesis occurs! Which means the rest had to occur as well. Without abiogenesis, no evolution. With out the BBT, no abiogenesis. Without the 9 million years of the universe expanding, no BBT.<quoted text>
Yes, stars blowing apart and creating nebula and gas clouds, other gas clouds collapsing under gravity and condensing to form more stars and planetary systems and adding to the local galaxies, the universe expanding, you know. The usual.
How is "nothing" muddy?
Oh wait, you been taking straw-man lessons off Bohart?
Aka Nelson Muntz? What's next, puddle goo jokes?
Actually you're wrong. Since, as I already pointed out, for at least 9.91 BILLION YEARS, none of the universe was even RELEVANT to biological evolution. Evolution starts once abiogenesis occurs. Since it DID occur we have since established that evolution is a reality. Not our problem if you can't deal.
Something (A) is relevant to a task (B) if it increases the likelihood of accomplishing the goal (C).
If something needs something to be or happen, that makes them connected thus they are relevant. You are learning.