I’ll summarize my understanding (or misunderstanding) of what you are proposing here. Please correct me if I err.
In the beginning the precursors to living cells may have been microspheres of RNAs, DNAs and proteins without any covering, shell or pseudo-cell wall. Since you mentioned Sidney Fox in your OP I assume you to mean microspheres as created by Fox’s method or something similar. Sodium and potassium ions could then be extracted from/expelled to the surrounding medium by certain (unspecified) proteins thus achieving the charge imbalance, or action potential, required for further chemical reactions within the microsphere.
From here, through the usual processes of evolution, the cell wall (lipid bilayer) was evolved complete with ion pumps resulting in, albeit primitive, a functioning living cell.
I read your contention is that in the discipline of abiogenic research this microsphere possibility is not being given due appreciation and study over the more popular spontaneously self-organizing lipid sphere as the vessel of the first precursor cells since, in the lipid sphere, there appears to be no mechanism to shunt ions through a primitive lipid membrane to maintain the charge imbalance, action potential, as necessary.
Let me press you further in that you are NOT saying that the cell, the lipid bilayer cell wall or the sodium-potassium adenosine triphosphatase enzyme were created ex nihilo but were the products of natural evolution stemming from developments within the microspheres.
Thanks guys for the discussion. However, please read my paper for full intellectual contact!
Your paper is behind a pay wall. I will not buy your paper for this discussion. If there is an open access copy of your paper available I may read that and try to understand your view. Absent that, Vladimir, you will have to present your ideas to us here as best you can if you wish us to discuss them in any intelligent way.
Except at a very cursory level I am not skilled in this area and probably shouldn't try to discuss this at the level you seem to need. You have peaked my interest, however, and I will follow the discussion as it unfolds.
I am pleased to meet you, Vladimir. Welcome to EvC.