Kind of funny that you would use that Shakespeare quote cuz let me tell ya something brother, I have seen and experienced shit that you would NOT believe and could not explain if you had experienced them for yourself.<quoted text>
Do you make the typical assumption that all life has always contained the same complexity of genetic coding that exists in the human or protozoa?
You marvel at the Patek Philippe watch, but have little thought of the time it took for organisms to leech metals into ore.
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
As for what else I "assume", it's not an assumption, it's called a fact. There's more than enough data to refute the possibility that the genetic code was randomly constructed. It's all about the codons and the way the genetic code clusters certain amino acid assignments.
What you hinted at in your question to me is what sounds like the hypothesis of Biosynthetic Expansion. Yes, I'm also aware of the circumstantial evidence supporting it but hell, I can give you lots of circumstantial evidence of God too. The problem is the precise and detailed hypotheses about which amino acids entered the code in what order have proved more than problematic.