All meaningful information and order and design have always been produced by an intelligent mind. Nothing with complex design and meaningful information was ever observed in the history of the world to be produced randomly or without an intelligent mind.
Let's talk about cells. A cell is the masterfully designed, highly complex smallest unit of life. Smaller does not mean simpler.
Honest, logical analysis only allows for the conclusion that a complex designed machine was, in fact, designed by an intelligent mind.
Humanity has never seen a machine with complex function and design, requiring large amounts of ordered information, that was *not* designed by an intelligent mind. To believe in such things is to believe contrary to science (what has actually been observed).
Information consists of complete thoughts that are transcribed using some kind of a language system. For English, we have the alphabet, the letters of which are joined to form words, the words of which are compiled to form sentences which express complete thoughts. These are not random jumbles of gibberish, but ordered and organized letters, each letter with its place and purpose that forms a part of the sentence and thought. The simplest life form is like that. The DNA code found in even the tiniest living organism is made up of a complex language, coded, that contains information, instructions, detailed and very complicated instructions for the formation and function of every part of the organism and its reproduction. The simplest cells are actually not even remotely simple, but are rather very, very complex!https://phys.org/news/2009-11-first-ever-blueprint-minimal-cell-complex.html#nRlvhttps://phys.org/news/2009-12-simplest-bacteria-unravelled-cellular.htmlhttps://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/07/to-model-the-simplest-microbe-in-the-world-you-need-128-computers/260198/
The third article is saying that to model the world's simplest microbe, you would need 128 computers.
This is a quote from the article:
"It took a cluster of 128 computers running for 9 to 10 hours to actually generate the data on the 25 categories of molecules that are involved in the cell's lifecycle processes."
These things contain VAST amounts of complex and highly ordered information.
Information that has meaning and function has always been observed to come from an intelligent mind. Random processes and accidents have never in the history of humanity been observed to produce meaningful information from nothing, and the belief in the spontaneous and random appearance of information is contrary to scientific observation, and not at all a part of it.
The amazing design and complexity in a single cell, it humbles me. It makes me shiver in wonder at the mind that came up with it and wanted to show it to us.