As do I. As we have seen, complexity is nothing rare in the universe, even if it made up of very simple elements and chemistry and we can see spontaneous chemical reactions everywhere and in many forms. What is to prevent a chemical reaction between compatible systems in the right environment from producing a pseudo living system, which over time evolves into a living biological organism? It is obvious from the incrediible variety of organisms to which the earth is current host and all the extinct species that came before, from simple bacteria to dinosaurs, that life (in one form or another) is a common occurrence, at least on earth and most probably on other suitable planets. It seems a little naive to think earth is the only habitable planet in the entire universe.