Firstly I'll deal with your personal remarks before moving on to your scientific points.
Then your memory leaves something to be desired, as apparently does your ability to fathom what constitutes an answer to a challenge. An answer does not consist merely of posting a link to some website. An answer may consist of your own discussion of the contents of a website, along with a link to it.
- My answers do not merely consist of posting a link to some website. For example my discussion of mitochondrial eve included my own observations about the use of a date based on humans and apes sharing a common ancestor being used to disprove a biblical chronology which starts with them being created separately.
- When I do post links In often post a specific paragraph or two from the link which supports my specific point. This shows that I am not just posting links, but that I am backing up my statements.
- Evolutionists here also frequently post links such as: http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/homs/java15000.html
- Some of my references may appear to be links but were actually typed by hand such as the Sarfati reference which comes from his book which I have read.
Furthermore, I was not only talking about threads in which I commented, but about the many posts of yours where you ran away from discussion with other posters.
Why don't you give some examples?
Sarfati is a crackpot and I will not waste space commenting on his nutty ideas. If you want to argue for him, go to it.
The quote that I gave from Sarfati was well documented from not just creationist but evolutionary sources such as:
24. T.J. Parsons et al., "A High Observed Substitution Rate in the Human Mitochondrial DNA Control Region," Nature Genetics, 15:363-368, 1997.
25. L. Loewe and S. Scherer, "Mitochondrial Eve: The Plot Thickens," Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 12(11):422-423, 1997; A. Gibbons, "Calibrating the Mitochondrial Clock," Science, 279(5347):28-29, 1998.
27. R.L. Dorit, Hiroshi Akashi, and W. Gilbert, "Absence of Polymorphism at the ZFY Locus on the Human Y-Chromosome," Science,268(5214):1183-85, May 26,1995; perspective in the same issue by S. Paabo, "The Y-Chromosome and the Origin of All of Us (Men)," p. 1141-1142.