They also do quite a bit of remanufacturing chemicals to grow, sustain, and replicate themselves. You can find elephant dung on the ground, and even elephant parts on the ground. But they are not recyclable. Those components have to be manufactured in house.<quoted text>Pfft.
That's a silly variant on the "tornado-in-a-junkyard-ma kes-a-747" argument.
Do you truly not know the difference between an electromechanical system and a biological one?
Biological systems chance all by themselves, you prat.
In addition to the wiring and construction schematics buried within relatively few molecules. Each seed of life is a full service manufacturing plant, plus a raw materials acquisition system. Sometimes they have to walk or swim a long ways and even engage in hostilities to obtain such. How big is an elephant's DNA?
Pretty fancy random engineering.