First state the obvious, this is not how evolution works, their would have been less complex things before the bacterium.
Second convert the 10 to the 100,000,000,000th power to the number 10,000,000,000,000 and then show the probability of a single leaf falling (19,750,348,800,000 to 1) and DarkAntics video "Beating Astronomical Odds"
It doesn't directly relate to the odds of a single... argument but it does show that probability doesn't matter, it is the rate of attempts that matters. Role 30 dice for long enough and you will get them to be all six's at some point just like you would if you got many sets of dice rolling at the same time. Time and mass numbers can make the near impossible a daily occurrence.