10 Penny Experiment
1. Organize 10 pennies by stacking them in one column on a table. This is your system.
2. Next add energy to your system. Do this by pounding on the table for about a minute. When you are done the column of pennies should now be strewn about on the table in a disorganized fashion.
3. Next keep pounding on the table until the pennies reorganize themselves in one column like before -- or until you give up.
My guess is that you will give up first. In fact, you could keep pounding on that table forever the pennies will never again reorganize themselves in a column again. How do I know this -- it's a law of science that entropy (disorganization) of a closed system tends to increase.
Now our system wasn't closed because we added energy. However, adding energy to a system isn't enough to overcome entropy in a significant way. The best you can hope for is that one penny might creep up onto another -- but then it would just creep off again. You can easily overcome entropy by adding energy and intelligence (or information) to a system. That's what we did in step 1.
Now imagine that instead of getting 10 pennies to organize, your goal was to get 3 billion base pairs that makeup human nuclear DNA to organize spontaneously through random mutation. That's a laugh. But that is just what evolutionist believe.