Many chemical reactions take a lot of work to get the desired compounds. With multiple steps and engineered processes to reach those desired compounds. Sometimes taking weeks and months before obtaining the desired engineered results.<quoted text>
I think you underestimate the chemical reactivity of the materials that were on the early earth. They were 'sterile' only in the sense of being not alive: but they were very dynamic chemically.
No, it was not a 'poof'. It was a gradual increase in the complexity of the chemical reactions until a self-sustaining collection of reactions formed. Life *is* a collection of chemical reactions that maintains internal state while using the chemicals from the environment for nutrients and (for photosynthetic organisms) light for an energy source.
A lot of chemical reactions donít happen as expected and itís a hit and miss to get those targeted compounds. A research chemist would know exactly what Iím talking about.
Life and the genesis of life is far more complex than any man made chemical compound. Those DNA and RNA codes didnít self construct as you atheist claim.
So much is said here about science. Well science says itís impossible for life to self create. The Miller Experiment was a bust. They didnít even use the atmosphere the Earth had at the beginning.