You're beginning to sound like Jacques Monot.

Who is talking about odds of impossibilities? I am talking about odds of possibilities and that does not mean possible or impossible. IT MEANS A RANGE OF PROBABILITIES.

If you increase the range of probabilities, you can end up talking about things in the same category as the impossible (assuming you have problems with discussions of a bookmakers assessment of a backward flying pig race). Even technical issues around physics can be surmounted if you add in infinite time and sufficient levels of obscurity.

For instance, it is quite easy to make or recognize bio-chemicals and we know that if placed in the proper sequence under the right circumstances, the probability for life increases. All living organisms are proof of this.

If you provide the right balance of environmental factors, living entities, if introduced, can flourish there. That is what we know. Anything else you might want to add is inference.

As Hazen explained (have you watched the presentation yet?),

I'm beginning to wonder if you wstched it. Did you skip the bit at the beginning when he introduced several axioms that his presentation would be encapsulated by?

He even called them axioms and had them on display in point form.

Sheesh.

While those sequences and circumstances may be rare, given the combinatory richness of earth's natural resources and chemical reactions, it requires only time for the right circumstances to occur.

Yes, I understand the general theory. Do you understand the axiom (that he introduced) that drives this theory?

In the case of earth, it is self-evident that such circumstances DID occur.

Nonsense.

There is no consensus (and here I am talking about professional people who accept the axiom) on what the conditions are and how they occurred, much less any practical demonstration for self evidence.

You are confusing inference with self evident.

It is estimated that this occurred some 4 billion years ago, after which evolution and natural selection did the rest.

Yes, according to one contemporary, popular theory.

If you can post pictures from the abiogenesis wiki page, I'm sure you must have read it on occassion.