Considering the thermodynamic law of entropy it would be considered impossible for a sub-infinite number of genetic combinations to code for a single cell, in light of the massive amounts of early UV radiation. Even considering genes of DNA and RNA allowed to replicate in a lab, the combinational symmetry breaks down. Without a primordial atmosphere to block out harmful UV, genetic combinations responsible for life or cellular structure could never cross the maximal capacity or entropy into an ordered ensemble. As if the cell structure came first with blueprints coded later. Most likely primitive plant cellular structure responsible for splitting CO2 into carbon and oxygen. This in-turn could produce a sustainable environment that protected the later formation of a minimal ground states of entropy or the increase in ordered states of complexity that could specify and automate the cellular machinery for future generations.