If they have a constant input of energy (say, from the Sun) there's no reason for them to. Are you trying to say the ozone production in the high atmosphere is decreasing for entropic reasons ?
In effect, yes. but no matter what source an open system draws from it will mean the total entropy will increase overall. The ozone layer won't last forever. I shouldn't have to tell you that. You are so much without understanding as to what the founders of thermodynamics told us about the availability of energy and the eventual 'heat death' of our universe.
Of course once the Sun's input of energy stops in 6 billion years, ozone production will stop too.
The Sun-Earth system as a whole does suffer constant decay, what with high-energy photons being constantly converted to IR radiation and all, but life is but a blip in that process (if anything it improves that process, if the principle of maximum entropy production is correct).
Nothing lasts forever; not in the physical world anyway.
I can : the definition of the "law of biogenesis" that you posted explicitly refers to modern organisms. The laws of thermodynamics are fundamental to most of what we know in chemistry and heat transfer, so their implications as to what is impossible and what isn't are similarly strong. The law of biogenesis is much more analogous to Hooke's law - something that was observed to be true in certain conditions, but now that we know the underlying processes there isn't anything in these underlying processes that say that law has to be generally true. If you disagree, name one aspect of the underlying processes of life that make abiogenesis impossible.
I said to begin with that this was a lie. I am tired of being lied to. Whoever wrote that particular statement
wrote it, not because of observation of the origin of Biogenesis but because like you and all other dishonest philosophers, you see the necessity to insert such an arbitrary 'modern' origin
in order to escape the obvious.
You did get one. Just because you don't accept it (because you keep having this idea that biology actually has a theory of abiogenesis, which it doesn't, as you've been told) doesn't mean it wasn't given to you.
Give....the date...or shut it down. I mean by that stop with the inane wishful thinking because there isn't anything you can do to bring about the effect you believe in.
P.S. You have over 5,000 yrs of written human history to draw from; now name someone who observed life generate from non-living matter and verified it for all to see. Either that or I don't wish to hear from you on this matter again.