I appreciate that.<quoted text>I merely asking questions about the possibilities of these two explanations being both true!!
Only in the sense that the oceans harbored cyanobacteria which began producing oxygen by photosynthesis. The atmosphere only became breathable (to oxygen breathers) when the oxygen sinks were saturated and oxygen began to build up. About 2.4 billion years ago.By the way, the ocean vapors created a "breathable" atmosphere.
Ocean vapors did not directly create an breathable atmosphere.
Your talking about weather cycles now. An oxygen rich atmosphere exists quite awhile before land-based plants. They didn't appear before 1B years ago.Without evaporation, the clouds would not form to produce the rains needed for plants to grow and produce the oxygen needed for complex life.
See above.Water vapor was key to forming this biosphere.
Ask Moses.In Genesis it mentions a mist went about and made the firmament,(if I'm not mistaken as I'm free-styling of the top of my head) what was this mist?!