This seems like a bit of a bait-and-switch fallacy, you describe inorganic chemistry in the attempt to make it represent "pre-organic" chemistry.
It is what it is Mike, inorganic chemistry. We deal with facts here, not pseudo-philosophical word play.
Parsimoniously we can simply refer to it as inorganic chemistry.
Yes, that's what I did, I referred to it simply as inorganic chemistry.
Yes, I concede inorganic chemistry exists. I concede organic chemistry exists.
Progress of sorts I suppose.
I want to see something inbetween such as the creation of a pre-cell or whatever.
Well you need to define whatever it is you're asking for otherwise you'll get answers you don't like or understand.
Or do you just want me to say, "Yes RAZD, I will accept everything you asserted because you wrote it down."
As it happens, I think RAZD is using 'entanglement' wrongly in trying to apply it to all things. Quantum entanglement is a specific thing and I can't see why it should apply in the macro world.
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