The issue of chirality is something a theory of abiogenesis would definitely need to explain, and it does make abiogenesis less likely, but it doesn't make it impossible. That's an extremely strong claim that can't be justified given our current understanding (and lack of understanding) of chemistry. You mean, the thread where your last post consists of you screaming like a lunatic ? Just looking at that post shot my blood pressure through the roof. I don't know if you think larger fonts make you easier to understand or what but their actual effect is opposite and they're certainly nothing I want any part in. You're the one who said, on this thread, that where the universe comes from is one of the arguments for God; if you want to discuss it further do and if you don't don't.
So what is more scientific? The claim that from what we know about the world that X doesn't happen or the faith based hope that some day we will find a way for X to happen despite what we know defies such an occurence? Seems like the evolutionist claim here is much more unscientific...
Chirality is a huge issue for abiogenesis and simply saying that impossible is too strong a word doesn't solve the problem. Its simply a chicken and the egg problem, DNA / RNA / protein synthesis require proteins to join the amino acids / nucleic acids in the proper sequence, (Not to mention that DNA / RNA is required for the proper sequence itself meaning the problem is two-fold).
Until there is a plausible mechanism to get around this problem. The more rational position to take is that with the evidence which is that abiogenesis cannot occur, no "science is working on it" (argument to the future fallacy).
How is larger fonts screaming? How can one "scream" whilst writing? An inuendo no?
Larger fonts make you angry? (Was considering making this entire post a larger font just for laughs but figured I shouldn't)... Should I assume that any document you make will have its title and subtitle the same size as its contents? Larger font is merely for emphasis, (Jonas had already admitted that my highlighting of my points via the bold function wasn't working for him, I suggest you get all the facts before you judge things).
Actually I was only replying to your statement about such, as you were replying to Calypsis, follow the breadcrumbs.