No, I'm pretty sure I won.
Yes, delusional child, giving up means you win.
Now run along and go play with santa, the easter bunny, the tooth fairy, and the herd of unicorns they all raise together as one happy family.
I, along with several other people, directly refuted your evidence.
No. You gave up and didn't realize that meant you lost, then wanted to come back to prove it and I wouldn't let you. You can't possibly refute something you give up and refuse to address.
And you have to be delusional to believe you won a debate arguing on the side of a young earth.
It isn't difficult to win any debate when your opponent gives up.
I'm sure you wish you would have directly addressed the evidence the first time instead of playing games and trying to twist what I said. If you had done that, you might have gotten the debate you beg for now. Instead, because you refused to deal with the real post and wanted to play games and twist things, you lost any chance you had to have a real debate on the matter.
Now you have two choices: You can let that be a lesson learned and actually grow from this experience, or you can continue in your ignorance. I know you'll probably go for the latter as it is entirely your style in these situations, but for your sake I hope you may reconsider and actually learn from this.
Learning from this would mean that the next time you debate someone, you don't play games - you actually read what they have to say and respond to it.