|Originally posted by Joss Weatherby |
There are tons of things far more complicated than the human body if you get into systems organization, such as infrastructure, military operations, etc. Hell, I'd even argue some species of ants have colonies far more complex than a human body in terms of operations and balance.
How do you come to this conclusion?
I highly doubt that you have enough knowledge about all these topics to back up your statement. Drawing a comparison, you have to be an expert in a) the human body b) infrastructure c) military operations.
And even if you knew everything about these topics which is known to the present day , there will still be future developments influencing their complexity in a different speed and extend.