i'll say this simply so it sinks in. i dont have enough knowledge to discuss these specifics with you.I’ll simply take that to mean you have absolutely no idea where/how genetic material originated. Don’t feel bad as science is still searching for the answers to that question.
I do, however, find it interesting that you seem to possess "enough knowledge" to accept (believe) the theory of evolution. As a result, you should be able to defend your own belief system with verifiable scientific evidence… at least that's the standard everyone holds me to.
i think it is sinking in. good for you. i did not even do elective biology in high school so yes, i have no real idea.
i accept it as common knowledge based on the consensus of experts in the field. it has no impact on my life and i dont find the detail interesting so i see no need to research it further. i dont need to defend it, these experts are doing so. if consensus changes i will change with it without changing stride.
true to form you have singled me out as the one to debate on this topic seeing i am the one who has stated he has only a basic knowledge. try mixing with some of the others on here who know what they're talking about if you really want to prove your arguments (but we've all seen how that has gone).
Do you deny what Berkeley says about genetic information and natural selection on their website about evolution? And do you also deny that natural selection is, according to Ernst Mayr, an "elimination process"?
i am not going to read the article and what is written may be completely true or completely false or somewhere in between.
sorry for the diversion all.