Life is 99% likely to start = most likely scenario
Life, the origin of life, is more likely to start if it had a 99% chance of starting; than if it had a 1% of starting. So most likely the OOL was 99% likely, not 1%
(or 90%, not 10%, or 70% not 30%, etc.)
For me the turning point to the study of the OOL, is that life is not a fluke, but the most stable chemical reaction to the environment
Though this proves nothing, it may adjust the mindset in OOL investigation, that seems stuck in a rut.
Life fit what was here, not what was here was here to fit life.
Life is more likely to start if it had a 99% chance of starting, instead of a 1%. So most likely the origin of life was 99% likely, not 1%.
Wet/dry + UV and sun/night + nurturing in/ waste out +anabolic chemistry/catabolic chemistry = Life , right in the middle because that is where everything is stirred!