2,3) You know life is changing. That does not imply that any change is possible. Ironically for your case the fossil record actually shows life to be largely static and resistant to change.
4) Dogs are a good example of how over thousands of years of selective breeding to maximise change they still remain dogs. Synthetic evolution is not a proof of evolution. If you have to prove that evolution occurs through selecting what DNA changes to perform and induce them then you have only proven it can't happen by itself. You have proven creation.
5) Water, organic chemistry and energy are a requirement of creation as well. You seem to be grasping at straws here.
6) Miller's experiment was shown to be largely flawed by not mimicking the correct conditions present on earth. It also showed that the conditions have to be exactly controlled or it would destroy it. Miller's experiment only showed the components of life so artificially designing an experiment to make cellular structures only shows it doesn't happen by chance, because outside influences would destroy it before evolution can even start. When Dean Kenyon spent his career trying to prove Miller's experiment he came to the conclusion that it's not possible.