So begs the question, how did those 41 lifeless building blocks come together to form a living human? A Nasa space shuttle is made of of some 2.5 million parts, which takes teams of the most brilliant engineers alive, and many years as well. The human body however is made of some 7 octillion atoms, 100 trillion cells, dozens of organs, and at least 9 major organ systems. Am I to believe that it takes Nasa Years to build a shuttle that they are not sure will even work completely correct, but the human body which is much more intricate just evolved by blind chance? Word doggy?