"Daniel Gibson, Ph.D. and a team of 23 additional researchers outline the steps to synthesize a 1.08 million base pair Mycoplasma mycoides genome, constructed from four bottles of chemicals that make up DNA."<quoted text>
Gawdunit continues to be the greatest source of ignorance worldwide as brainwashed godbots like you demonstrate on a daily basis in this forum. Once again, you should stop humiliating yourself in an international forum and seek professional help for your mental illness immediately, kid.
Now how do we know those chemicals were present at that point in time and how you would we know what environment it occured in? Could this experiment be replicated in said environment? Could those chemicals come together and create life without the influnce of humans manipulating them with the specific design in mind to create life? By removing outside influences such as the knowledge of what the environment was like and could this survive in it you skew the results. Then there is the clear possibility of experimenter bias. If you believe abiogenesis is the only answer it may be easy to overlook these details. That is if the goal of this experiment was to prove abiogenesis and not to simply create life (the main difference of course being the careful intelligent design and controlled laboratory setting).