I am not quote mining out of context, at all. Go make a complaint to the publishers.<quoted text>
You are quote mining, that sentence is being used out of context, you have to read the whole thing.
At any rate you're not only being dishonest, you're blowing hot air for nothing. None of those papers support your contention.
But that how you creationist operate, by quote mining and using peoples words out of context. Why would we expect a shred of honesty out of you? Either your reading comprehension is shot, you are ignoring what is really said, or you have deluded yourself onto believing what you want.
But this is the thing we hate in here, some of you we know are smart enough to know they are quote mining something out of context. So which is it with you?
How does any 'life' that arose independently share DNA horizontally/laterally, if they are not all genetically very similar?
Answer: They don't!
Indeed TOE is based on a blending to account for genetic similarity, therefore assuming other lines would be obviously genetically different.
TOE is a theory in evolution itself and has no predictive ability and is unfalsifiable. The how, when, where and why of TOE is still up for grabs. At least I have a documented account to support or falsify and make predictions from. Current data appears to be more supportive of a creationist paradigm.