Assume whether organic molecules can form in non-biological ways in modern terrestrial conditions; coacervates

From what we know about the origin of life on Earth, it is clear that the process of the emergence of living organisms from simple organic compounds was extremely long. For life to begin on Earth, an evolutionary process that took many millions of years was required, during which complex molecular structures, primarily nucleic acids and proteins, were selected for stability, for the ability to reproduce their own kind. If now on Earth somewhere in areas of intense volcanic activity and quite complex organic compounds can arise, then the likelihood of any continued existence of these compounds is negligible. They will immediately be oxidized or used by heterotrophic organisms. Life arose on earth in an abiogenic way. At present, living comes only from living (biogenic origin).
The possibility of the re-emergence of life on Earth is excluded.

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