Something that has always bugged me about genes, and DNA is how on earth can two cells (egg and sperm) contain enough data to form a complete functioning human (or other) organism. There are sooooo many functions in a human body it staggers the mind.
Take the eye:
it has a certain shape so it can focus the light on the retina, the retina has two types of light receiving cells, one for bright and one for low light - night vision, the lens has to be able to focus continuously usually with out conscious control, the iris has to open and close according to light levels, they have to track simultaneously, they have to track and follow moving objects, scan the environment around it, blood needs to be supplied and removed to nourish the cells, the retina has to convert light into data sent to the brain. The eyes have to function in pairs, to give a good 3D vision. And I am scratching the surface of the functions and there is all of the structure, millions of cells, each specialized to perform all of these functions. Not to mention it is self repairing (within reason), and the cells self replace.
It boggles the mind.
How is it possible for the DNA to have all of that data? If it can't, how does one explain the body? Perhaps Hub was right - there is an entity that makes up the body. Or perhaps there is a template, in an electronic (or "theta" energy) form that the DNA triggers and while the DNA may code stuff like Ginger hair, Blue eyes, small Ta Ta's - whatever and the template organizes the cell growth to create the body one is wearing to conform to that selection.
Thoughts? A good explanation how it is possible for the DNA to have enough data to completely form the body and all of it's structure?