At least you atheistic bible bashers are now reduced to minutia and trivial subjective and personal criticism of Genesis.
Uh, no... not really. Your whole approach to it is bad. Here's how you're doing it: "If I assume that Genesis is correct, and that it matches what I think science says, then what do the words have to mean to hold up those assuptions?"
Its just bad theology. You're lying to yourself to uphold a delusion. Honesty is the best policy; The ancient jews were not writing about modern cosmology, they were creating their own mythical stories and trying to make sense of the world as they saw it from a bronze-age perspective.
And I'm not even an athiest nor a bible basher.
But don't pretend that makes the reader right and the bible wrong.
And that's what it ultimately comes down to: You are simply unable to accept that the Bible got something wrong.
Can you even admit one tiny error anywhere? How about Leviticus saying insects have four legs? Come on, its just a little slip of the tounge, right?
You can't, can you? That's gonna be your biggest problem in finding a respectable theology.