Meyer's excellent compendium as to why Evolution is bio-chemically impossible, 'Signature in the Cell', includes some details about the obvious information-rich and information processing power of the single cell. Informational systems do not, cannot, have never, and never shall arise by random chance, from 'mutations', a process which kills genomic information.
Other Darwinian rhetoric including 'allele shuffling' are simply asinine. There is no method to add, insert, delete, repair genomic softare by 'chance' or without having the software code to do so. In other words you are what your software says you will be. You can't 'select' any characteristic outside of your software programming. Period.
Meyer on the computer files in your body:
“....specific types of functionally polyvalent DNA elements preferentially associate with superfolders. SINEs (Short Interspersed Nuclear Elements) are densest in housekeeping regions, for instance, where they modulate a host of genomic activities. LINEs (Long Interspersed Nuclear Elements) are by contrast a common feature of tissue-specific chromosome domains, where they commonly act as chromosome “scaffold attachment regions” that determine how strands of DNA will fold and unfold in the nucleus. They also function as “molecular rheostats” that fine-tune gene expression.”
One of the cult of Darwin's objections to the genome as software was the ignorant claim that there was 'junk' or unused portions of DNA. This is absurd and has been exhaustively refuted.
The entire genomic structure is in use. Functionality is turned off or on, depending on epi-genetic influences and what the body needs to accomplish. The human information system is so rich and complex that nothing that humans can possibly create would even rival a tithe of what the body has built, pre-programmed and can make available.