In my fall 2004 biology class at junior college, we covered the debate with the Creationists who point to the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, that entropy increases. Ever since my 9th grade biology class in 1990-1, where we staged a debate over Creation vs. evolution, I've been trying to figure this out. Does the energy from the sunlight contribute to organization of chemical molecules into primordial biomass? I can't think of another source of energy to affect the chemical molecules on Earth, so...it must provide organization as well. Right? Otherwise, primordial biomass is not organized but simply a random arrangement of molecules. How then did it evolve into a single cell? A single cell requires organization; it can not be considered a random assortment of molecules. Does sunlight energy provide the organizing? I reviewed a book on the debate, and the author asserted that the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics is being misquoted or misrepresented. Evolution organizes like "water finding it's level". If so, why doesn't evolution occur for elements other than carbon? Why don't metals organize themselves through evolution? And how does a successful strain of DNA propagate itself more readily? Is it simply the fact of the successfullness itself, like a successful business growing larger and larger? That entails rational consumers who recognize it's lower prices or higher quality of products, so what mechanism operates the principle of natural selection in the females, not all of whom are rational (or even have brains in the case of plants and some other biology kingdoms)? For example, bacteria don't have brains, and yet operate under the principle of natural selection, right?