But to answer your actual question, no. Not yet, and probably not for a while. The right mix of compounds (not so much pure elements, but things like methane, etc.) jolted with electricity will produce simple amino acids.
This is a favorite subject of some fundies, who say things like “If life evolved spontaneously from chemicals here on earth, how come all you rocket scientists can’t duplicate the outcome, huh?”
Rocket scientists usually respond, “Uh, cuz we’re working on rockets, OK? Trust me, you wouldn’t want to meet any life created from hydrazine.”
Then the biologists say something like, “Sheesh, give us some time, willya? We’re new at this whole God thing!”
A buddy of mine does the whole microbio thing. I’ll e-mail him, and if he has any cool links, I’ll post them.
As to your last question, I’ll leave it to a fundy.
Livin’ on Tums, Vitamin E and Rogaine