I'm a spiritual man. Check out my chakrasvery spiritual of you. but so far we have only encountered organic life form and we have no clue whether or not different life forms do exist.
My point exactly. That doesn't mean we can assume all life is organic or similar in characteristics to the observed.
If we did encounter another form of life, can we even recognize it ?
If the building blocks of life as we know it are, as per your words 'all about encoding, messaging, decoding and reconstruction of precise information', isn't it reasonable to assume any system capable of the above as being "alive" or having the potential to yield life? Perhaps and perhaps not.
But the fact remains, there is no rigorous universal definition of life, consciousness or self awareness. Rendering even the best mathematical models no more than speculation or a thought exercise.
This process follow the basic rules of chemistry, with the different molecules and their arrangement encoding genetic information. It is a stable chemical structure, not being held together by any metaphysical dynamic.the impossible randomness i was referring to relates to the synthesis, transcription translation and replication, which implies that all the intricate and very sophisticated components of the different information processing machines inside the cell have been conceived and implemented simultaneously at the same very same time.
You are saying it is near impossible for this chemical process to form and come together naturally ?
Is the above even prerequisite for all major branches of modern evolutionary theory?
Are there no other natural 'inanimate' chemical processes that show similar complexity in nature?
These aren't rhetorical questions, do you or anyone know?