If I claimed "it will never happen", I couldn't honestly say it could falsify God. What I did say was that you may be waiting as long as people awaiting the return of Christ. See how much your faith has in common with theirs? You'll believe, no matter how long the wait. No, sadly for you and you childhood dreams, it doesn't. We've always had birds as a model for knowing flight may be possible, but we've never had any such model for life from chemistry. Human teleportation, FTL, and time travel seems beyond us too. And even though modern science says none of those are possible, are you waiting for those too? I guess hope spring eternal for the faithful. I've repeatedly said that my case is largely based on anecdotal personal experience. That there is no evidence for God, expressly because people need free will to believe. But just like anyone else, I'm supremely confident in my own personal experiences. That doesn't mean it's the least bit compelling or convincing. Too bad you can't admit the same of your beliefs. Maybe you really don't know this, but science can't "prove" anything. Proof only exists in axiomatic systems of logic, like mathematics. So proof cannot be found by evidence and testing. It can only derive from logic. Now, science does provide a degree of confidence in fact supported by evidence. But as I've repeatedly told you, those don't exist for abiogenesis. Again, that would negate the free will involved in belief. Those without a thing are often obsessed with it, and feel that some action or external validation is required for self-esteem. The "if I just do that or be this, I will feel better about myself" mentality. It's a false self-esteem. Everything works and I want for nothing, but without trying or worrying about it. People often mistake niceness for what simply appeases them. Integrity means the right thing is not always the nice thing. Oh, have I offended you? Are your sensitivities so fragile? Care to compare my offense to your recent one? Is mine somehow worse? Do tell.