The Earth evidently cooled rather faster than we have until recently thought. Evidence for this has been found in some very old zircons and sophisticated modeling. Say it was about 100,000 years instead of half a billion. That leaves an extra 400,000 years we didn't know we had.
I don't believe in coincidences.
No. You believe in magical invisible people poofing everything out of nothing.
Accountability is for them to acknowledge in public discussion that, NO, there has been no progress, none, in this area to date.
I don't really keep up to date on abiogenesis research, but I'd be stunned if you're ahead of me on it. Just for one thing, you've already posted that the Miller-Urey experiment was a failure because it didn't produce a bacterium, a trilobite, or whatever. That's something beyond willful ignorance; call it "willful self-misinformation."
Part of the fault is that the MSM at the time hailed the demonstration as a sort of "creating-life-in-the-test-tube" event.