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THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF A CELL
When evolutionists refer to early life, they often use the phrase "a simple cell". This infers that some cells are very primitive and consist of only a few chemicals. They are often drawn as a shapeless lump with a black splodge in the middle to represent the nucleus.
In actual fact, ALL cells are extremely complicated - even the "earliest". Scientists have hardly begun to unravel the inner workings of any cell. The complexity of the DNA double helix spiral is just one indication of the problems facing them. They have not even started to try to bridge the huge gap between the information contained within the cell and the complete organism visible at birth.
There is no such thing as a "simple cell".