what did the RNA originate/emerge from? and what or how would you say they became programmed(so to speak) to code, decode and regulate genes?<quoted text>
In the first place the first life is not thought to have emerged from amino acids but from self-replicating RNA (the most prevalent hypothesis of abiogenesis -note - NOT evolution theory). RNA is not an amino acid.
this is not a major flaw here in this context but please stay tuned with what's ACTUALLY been said and - particularly - NOT what creationisms THINKS what has been said.
"individuals that have traits that FIT the environmental requirements" ----would that not be "better suited" for the environment? after all evolution over many many years build those traits up solely to insure the survival of those individuals right?<quoted text>Evolution does not show a progression to "better" suited organisms.
The only thong happening is that individuals that have traits that FIT the environmental requirements will have better survival and reproduction chances and will pass on their genes to the next generation. Species change when the environmental conditions change and require different traits.
I could live with the adjective "more complex" because it is neutral and doesn't presuppose unnecessary judgements.
The complexness of life is caused by life itself.
Because other species around are ALSO part of the environmental conditions. For instances, species that are on the menu. Or predators. Or infectious parasites.
When the first diversification occurred, life became self-affecting.