The problem with this claim is that it does not solve the problem of getting everything together into a living cell. Even if can get get this far in nature a naturalistic origin of life is still a thermodynamic impossibility. This statement is not based on the second law of thermodynamics, but the more general principle dealing with the way ion energy applied to a system affect the systems entropy. This principle of entropy and applied energy requires that to increase the degree of order of a system to a higher degree of order the energy has to be applied to the system with at least the same degree of order as the target degree of order. When this principle is applied to the origin of life no natural process can do the job showing that any type abiogenesis is a thermodynamic impossibility.