Why do people associate evolution with where life came from
Reread the post, I merely ask the question, "Why do people associate evolution with where life came from" Then, in your mind, the question changed to a clear statement. This is just not a logical answer, and it implies both frustration and possible deception.
The assumption that DNA, which is required for all replication of life, to form spontaneously, when DNA itself has many parts is not demonstrated by any other scientific principle. DNA has many parts, from hundreds of thousands to billions of genes, and these genes are stored on a hard drive matrix, that has been proven to be a hard drive, as manmade binary code can now be stored on DNA. To say that something as complex as DNA, and DNA has far more lines of code than your computer uses to operate, formed in a warm pond, is nothing more that a leap of faith and is taken by all members of the religion of evolution, which hails Darwin as being God.
Darwin thought that the human eye was complex, yet he had no idea that every cell in the eye, had 3 billion base pairs of code, as does every cell in your body. What would he do with this knowledge?
So yes I believe in a creator, but my creator is created by scientific rules, and not by any religious beliefs.
I can throw the question right back, asking you to explain how a hard drive forms from nothing, assuming that you understand that the hard drive contains the code, that is needed to assemble the hard drive in the first place. This is what DNA is and does.
Unlike you, who clearly has that answer, as it is defined by the religion of evolution, where the God is Darwin. I can scientifically state that I do not have that answer, but laugh hysterically at the nerds who claim that they do, and who pray to Darwin, and have his book on their desk as it is their bible.
What I have put forth is the argument, that science and rational logic, forbids the abiogenesis of hard drives, that contain code, that is needed to form the hard drive in the first place.
So I throw your question back at you, and can you please state clearly how you think that life got started. Noting that I would never ask such a question on my own, as I know that your answer can only contain speculative gibberish, as you were not there, and do not know anyone who was.
DNA is both a hard drive (Harvard engineers have proved this) and holds the code of life on this hard drive, both the drive and it's code are needed for the replication and or growth of life. Any info to the contrary is not supported by science.
...yet you claim that such complexity in that cell does not imply the reality of a creator. This idea is completely contradictory and illogical in the first degree.