So are you saying that a living cell needs only to be left out in the sun in order to thrive? A cloudy day has no effect? There's no difference between flood and drought? CO2 is just as good as any other gas?<quoted text>
Wrong. God is life and has always existed so the law has not been violated. Or from a non-religious perspective, I could say this law only applies to the universe as we observe it, so in this respect, the law of biogenesis has never been observed to be violated. The observed always carries more weight than the unobserved.
The energy from the center of the Earth is no different than the Sun in the respect that it is far more random and disorganized than the living cells it is bring delivered to. And furthermore, this is a minor exception as most living cells get their energy from the Sun exclusively. The ability to store energy is already part of the complexity of the living cell and to suggest otherwise would logically be circular reasoning.
Yes of course the sun is a huge influence on the earth, and a sufficiently large influence so that it is unnecessary to go back to an even greater influence, the big bang. What the sun is doing today has an influence on countless billions of other things. What the sun was doing yesterday also has a huge effect on everything today because yesterday set up the conditions for today. And what the sun was doing a million years ago has a huge effect on today because,....well enough said.
All of those influences on countless billions of factors over vast amounts of time cannot be described as a closed system.