From One Minute of Life (#321) by Rabbi Avigdor Miller:
Do you know how much purposefulness there is in a watermelon seed? Inside the seed itself, each cell has taped instructions how to produce a watermelon vine, how to produce roots, how to produce branches and leaves, how to produce a watermelon, how to make colour, how to make different layers.
Do you know how many volumes you would need if you put this in print?
You look at that, and you see there’s a Great Designer here
The first printout of the human genome to be presented as a series of books, displayed in the 'Medicine Now' room at the Wellcome Collection, London. The 3.4 billion units of DNA code are transcribed into more than a hundred volumes, each a thousand pages long, in type so small as to be barely legible. Source: Russ London/WIkiMedia Commons
The instructions that are coded on the DNA molecules in the watermelon seed? This hall here is not big enough to have shelves with books that would be filled with blueprints to reproduces the plans that are coded and it’s a fact they’re encoded on the strands of the tape of the DNA instructions in one watermelon seed, and it doesn’t go wrong. No errors in print. Now even best scientific books today, look, you’ll find mistakes in printing, there’s a lot of money of proof reading, always there is some error in printing. There’s no errors in the DNA and they’re always reproduced faithfully.
Not only are the instructions are there, but the machinery to carry it out is there, that’s even more than instructions. So now you look at that, and you see there’s a Great Designer here, there’s plan and purpose, nothing is accidental, it’s crazy, it’s lunatic.
If a person will say that the DNA is a result of accident, this whole design happened by itself, of course they’re saying it but when people yell things in unison, so they’ll say a lot of silly things because each one is supported by the number of a great regime, a great array of lunatics. All the lunatics together saying the same thing and therefore each one is reinforced by presence of the others. But we understand they are crazy.