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Dude since you like to talk so much and supposedly know so much. The universe is 13.7 billion years old, the earth 4.7 billion years old. What was there and going on for the 9 billion years before earth was formed?
First generation stars.
The original stars and material of the universe was almost entirely hydrogen and helium with a touch of lithium. The lightest elements.
Heavier elements only formed in the death throes of large gen 1 stars, which then exploded (nova, supernova) and ejected masses of heavier elements. You can look that up for more details. Its a question of the conditions required for heavier element fusion to occur and it only happens in the extreme conditions when massive stars are collapsing as their hydrogen runs out. As they collapse a new round of heavy fusion occurs at even higher temps and pressures and that causes the nova explosion.
Our solar system formed from such a result. Which is why the heavier elements needed for life abound.
Took billions of years of stellar life cycles to even get to a point where biological life as we know it could begin.