If after reading over some of the existing discussions you think it needs a new thread then I'd like to see your take on those discussions added to this opening post (OP) before we consider starting it up for discussion.
Please read post 30. It is a strawman argument to suggest that for some reason I am obligated to show the impossibility of abiogenesis. There is statistical evidence and chemical evidence that it is very improbable, but these topics are substantially away from the OP, so I have chosen not to argue them in this thread.
It is your topic after all so I suppose you can pick what is on and not on topic.
However, you brought the calculations up. Therefore the only intellectually honest thing to do is support you claim when asked to. Another thread or here depending on how focused you want to keep this would be fine.
You are, btw, misusing the term strawman here.
There is no evidence for abiogenesis.
Debating in admin mode a tiny bit :). There was a time on this planet when there was, with a very, very high degree of certainty, no life. There is now. This is very strong evidence for abiogenesis. It occurred! Now then, we discuss how it may have occurred.