The blueprints LITERALLY don't explain all the little devices in the surface just some of the internals which are obvious. eg "it has engines" "it has a warp drive". Jesus I don't even know how you have an argument. Also we're talking about fiction so your planet interior analogy is a false equivalency, planets were not invented by humans meaning that regardless of our understanding of planets they always were that way. It wasn't made to work through a blueprint
Also you're implying that we even know how a Millennium Falcon works, if we did it would be built and not subject to this argument. This makes your precious blueprints inherently meaningless since they are not based on realistic science or engineering. Essentially the blueprints themselves are random.
To further explain why you are objectively wrong I'll use The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy as an example. It was written by a guy who was high out of his mind and came up with a bunch random shit, half of which is confirmed not to have any deep meaning, its just random. That being said the author still explains the world that the story takes place in. This doesn't magically change the fact that it was all intended to be random and inherently does not have any greater design. >we're not living in the past, we're living in the present, and in the present everything is explained therefor its not fucking random
This implies that in the past things are random but now in the present they're not because we assigned an imaginary value value to it that's not based on any objective understanding.
So in the future everything is random because some fiction writer didn't write it but then when its first made it's random but then random blueprints are made for a thing that was made randomly to suddenly make it not random.
Do you see how that is utterly illogical?
Now will you keep insulting me or replay with a coherent argument this time?