And since bacteria were first (billions of years ago) and they had all this complicated inter and intra cellular languages all worked out long before eukaryotic cells came about
The earliest cells which have been found were the Archaea, not bacteria. In any event, neither the archaea nor bacteria have membrane bound organelles nor nuclei. You're peddling BS, and "inter and intra cellular languages" [sic
] is sufficiently vague for you to sound all sciencey without actually making a scientifically coherent statement. It is the absence of organelles and nuclei in the archaea and bacteria which principally distinguish the eukaryotes, which do have organelles and nuclei.