Yes, “verifiable knowledge.” There is no “verifiable knowledge “ that ‘backs up’ abiogenesis.
False. Not being aware of the evidence does not make it go away.
Nothing stops you from reading up on the research.
Yes, you do. Otherwise, no life = nothing to evolve.
That's retarded. Life exists and we can study it.
Doesn't matter how it began.
Just like we didn't need to know how atoms originate to create nukes.
Atoms exist and we can study them. And by what we study on earth we can rationally speculate about the same stuff on other planets.
Life exists and we an study it. And by what we study on earth we can rationally speculate about the same stuff on other planets.
There's nothing wrong with that.
It's just that you feel like your religious beliefs, in which you are emotionally invested, are threatened by evolution theory and abiogenesis research. This is the only reason of your objection. This is why you can't really present an argument against abiogenesis. You don't even have a clue of the state of the research so you wouldn't even know what points your should be arguing against.
All you do is just claim they are stupid and wrong, "because god", period, end of story.
I’m not at all “threatened by the scientific method”.
If not by the method, then by the findings of the method. Particularly in the field of biology, genetics and bio-chemistry.
I just like “verifiable knowledge,” as you aptly put it.
Then why don't you read up on the fields you are hellbend on arguing against?
I bet you can't even accurately summarize how, according to the theory, evolution works and how speciation happens. Much less what the currently pursued hypothesis of abiogenesis are.
So don't come here and tell me that you "like verifiable knowledge".
And I love the science conducted in many fields.
Except when it contradicts your a priori dogmatic religious beliefs.