I loved reading this article and the ideas it represented. You need to keep reading it to see how it relates to the title. But worth the read!
Just to quote a small part of the article -
"If you put a team of hundreds of scientists in charge of the operation of a single human cell, their collective efforts with all of the computers on the planet would be unable to properly order the process and orchestrate it in real time, and with good results. Yet this tiny little molecule does all of this work; and in fact it even does a lot more than we currently think it does. It has always worked the same way; DNA and RNA were producing physical structures either identical or even more sophisticated than modern ones even 520 million years ago."
- Hosannah (Author of article)