There could be life all over and SETI still couldn't find anything. Reason being the logistics involved in contacting other civilisations. Space is simply too big.That's right. It may not be science to you, but when SETI finds evidence in space, you will be wrong!
No, neither do we. Of course anyone who had the slightest clue about science wouldn't even postulate such a scenario as random outcomes from chemical processes.How else can DNA be formed? random chance? I don't think so.
So much for your "science education".
Really? Via what mechanisms?DNA code looks like it was manipulated by an intelligent life.
Uhuh. Thought so.