Posted: Oct 15, 2018 10:14 pm
by Thomas Eshuis
scherado wrote:
Thomas Eshuis wrote:
scherado wrote:
There is the question, unanswered I assert, as to the origin of life on Earth ("Abiogenisis"?). This I know to be outside the scope of Biological Evolution.

If you know it's irrelevant to the question being asked, why do you bring it up in the first place? :roll:

You, sir, have stepped in it, and I mean the feces.

Oh look, more condescending nonsense. I told you were you can stick that.

scherado wrote:I, simply--I thought--was demonstrating that I have knowledge of the separation of the two: 1) the question of first-life; 2) Biological Evolution, the theory. There is much to be gleaned from this separation. No? Yes.

The question was whether you believe that humans and gorillas share a common ancestor.
Nothing in that question requires you to mention much less discuss abiogenisis in any way.

scherado wrote:You have been added to my list, which I won't name or describe, other than to tell you that the first word of this list appears in this post.

Is that supposed to mean someting to me? If you're not just trolling and your posts are intended to be genuine, then I advise you to stop acting so arrogant and condescending.
My money's on trolling though. :roll: