Not once have I used the "God did it, God said it, or the bile tells us so" as justification for any claim I've made...so there's really no need to keep saying that to me. As for "no falsification hypothesis have been proven correct, either."...I must return to this....<quoted text>
The theory of Abiogenesis has not yet been able to be proven accurate, because of the fact that we are not yet able to recreate self replicating life from amino acids, in experiments.
That much is correct, yes. However, what must also be said is that no falsification hypothesis have been proven correct, either. That means that while the Theory (or hypothesis, if you wish) of Abiogenesis has not been bolstered with a succesful recreation of life, it has also not been junked yet.
There is a very good reason why the theory of abiogenesis stands up. We do see amino acids in all sorts of weird places, where we never would guess they could form. We have found primitive life, likewise, in places where we never could imagine it could survive.
Tiny clues alert us to the fact of how abiogenesis may have happened. It is left to us to figure out the details. I am not sure that you have much respect for the process, but I can tell you it is a lot better than to sit back and assume it is all hogwash, for the Bible tell us so.
THE MORE TIME, THE LESS LIKELIHOOD*G. Wald in "The Origin of Life," in the book, Physics and Chemistry of Life, says "Does time perform miracles?" He then explains something that you and I will want to remember: If the probability of a certain event occurring is only 1 /1000 (one chance in a thousand), and we have sufficient time to repeat the attempts many times, the probability that it could happen would continue to remain only one in a thousand. This is because probabilities have no memory!
But *Wald goes farther. He explains that if the event is attempted often enough, the total probability of obtaining it would keep reducing! If it is tried a thousand times and does not even occur once, and then is tried thousands of more times and never occurs, then the chances of it occurring keeps reducing. If it is tried a million times and still has not occurred, then the possibility of it occurring has reduced to less than one chance in a million! The point here is that time never works in favor of an event that cannot happen!