You obviously do not understand relativity in general and relative coordinates in particular - is the Sun the "center of the creation" (your quote) in your opinion?
Not a simple [erroneous] "impression". Which means that choosing Earth as it's center is perfectly fine. Same goes for the Sun or any other point of your choice. Heliocentrism is not one iota more valid that Geocentrism.
You completely misunderstand. Go ahead and do the research. The point was this Nobel winner recognizes a Darwinism inadequacy and he implies that creationists and ID proponents have a valid argument ...which he wants to counter but hasn't done so yes. This is a simple point that you can't grasp.
I said if materialistic abiogenesis fails. You are not taking into account this qualifier. Will you have a chicken without an egg?
Good point if you are a robot. I mean the materialistic abiogenesis.
Actually, not a phenomenon as it hasn't been observed.
Since you are so picky, you should know that abiogenesis is understood as the materialistic abiogenesis while creationist abiogenesis is known as the Book of Genesis.
If so, there is no reason to believe God hands over His creation to a Darwinian process immediately after first abiogenesis or any other time for that matter.
Really, there's a distinction? And that discontinuity happens exactly when? And this discontinuity is just a minor fact of life? Looks like this headless chicken is looking for its stone egg. And why is Szostak trying to address the criticism from creationists / ID proponents? You would not try to address invalid criticism, would you?