Pointing out the supposed problems of abiogenesis is not a testable causal
mechanism that would demonstrate the inadequacy of this length of time;
it's simply more of the vague assertions I described above. Why not simply
admit that you have nothing to offer that would demonstrate the inadequacy
of this length of time?
>I think all are agreed that no one has yet
>proposed a mechanism or mechanisms for solving these problems.
Actually, no; I don't agree with that and it's also not true. A large
number of mechanisms have been proposed in just the last decade alone --
some of which have been discussed on this list. Some of these mechanisms
are in trouble; some look very viable; but they do exist, whether you wish
to acknowledge them or not.
Kevin L. O'Brien