Well, I don't wish to argue all these red herrings, but there is substantial evidence statistically showing the impossibility of homochirality forming naturally. Statistically this is impossible. Yockey was one such thinker.
This doesn't follow, that Yockey thought something does not constitute evidence. The derivation of a probability calculation is only as good as its assumptions. So why not provide some of the evidence rather than simply appealing to Yockey?