My point was that the Jovie publication mentioned non-living chemicals. That implied that living chemicals existed. I wasn't aware that there was a distinction or what that distinction was.
Do we know how life was spontaneously created? No - no one was there. However, we can make informed assumptions as to how this may have occurred and then we can try and duplicate those assumptions in a lab. We don't have the answer right now but that doesn't mean that we won't at some point in the future and it certainly doesn't mean that we can attribute the creation of life to god. This is the religtard and illogical way - if we can't figure it, out attribute it to god.