Bravo! In some ways I admire your artistry, watchamean. However, I'd like some clarification
I won't even discourage you with the probability that amino acids (much less proteins) formed without intelligence.
Whilst I will concede that amino acids are improbable constructs, and that if I assume that there is only one way to construct life in this particular universe, via amino acids (which is not totally certain), then how do I honestly ascertain probability, given that the universe appears to be infinite in extent? To indulge you, do I assume that the universe is 26 billion light years across, and therefore of finite size? Or, do I grant that your infinite God may have created an infinite-sized universe for his splendor? If the universe is infinite in extent, then how do I judge "probability"; since any small probability multiplied by infinity gives at least 16.
Or, do you not agree that the universe is even 27billion light years across, because this is not consistent with the story of Noah?
In your assessment of the size of the universe, how do you interpret QM, which gives us an appearance of a universe which has not decided on any certain verdict, and could well be infinitely variable. To me, there seems to be enough power in the universe itself to create amino acids. It seems to me that creationists must underestimate the creation of God, to prove to themselves that God must meddle inside it. This is a circular problem.
How do you know that God did not create the universe in a way that was designed to explore all forms of life; all variants of life constructs (inc. via amino acids), using its apparent infinite extent, and apparent acausal variability?
When you consider the photons from the Andromeda galaxy 2million light years away, do you invoke novel cosmological theories to explain the time involved; I mean axiomatically, photons must be up to something, if Noah was 6000 years ago.
Since you are so sure of everything, I and many physicists would like to know the following
(1) how big is the universe
(2) QM implies a multiverse; is that true or not?
(3) can you explain the mathematics of how the Andromeda galaxy appears to be 2 million light years away?
(4) do you think future physics and cosmology will explain things which you are trying to use as proof of God?
These things all need answering.
Also, your statement of chimp breeding was not clear.