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Before we move on to your human intelligence analogy, please answer my question:

Are you agreeing with me now that there is data to deal with?

I can't. You haven't answered my questions yet:

What algorithm are you using to assess 'complexity?' What is the rate of false positives and false negatives for your algorithm? What types of confounding factors adversely affect your algorithm?

If you want to drop 'complexity' from your argument, then you don't need to answer those questions. In which case, I'll grant you that you have data, but so far that data is limited to the fact that modern cells have DNA which is transcribed into RNA, some of which is then translated into proteins. You can either base your argument solely from this piece of data, or present more data if you have it.

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