It's as though your tender sensibilities are offended when your nonsense claims are addressed as nonsense claims. Yes, the human genome exists. Nothing magical or supernatural about it. The technical achievement to map and to understand the chemistry and biology of DNA was a technical achievement.It's as if atheists like Hollie are lobotomized zombies or something. . . .I know, right?
“Man will never map the human genome”.
“How could we ever demonstrate/duplicate, let alone observe, such a thing in the lab”?
You're not merely comparing apples to oranges, but elephants to mosquitoes. The human genome exists! Mapping it was a matter of technological development.
What don't you understand about abiogenesis being the formation of life from nonliving organic material up from the most fundamental, precursor-molecular level by strictly natural means in raw nature?
Prebiotic organic precursors are pristinely segregated and manipulatively combined by intelligence in laboratories. That's not abiogenesis, you 'tard.
How strange that magic and supernaturalism played no part in that science achievement.
Let's have the angry, religious extremist calculate the total number of chemical interactions occurring over billions of years and ''what are the odds'' that combinations of chemical interactions will eventually be just right to produce the conditions, in the right environmental conditions, to produce life.
Let's also have the angry religionist calculate the total number of angels that can dance on the head of a pin.