But I keep telling you and it keeps sailing over your head that I can't answer your questions because I don't have enough knowledge. There are two possibilities, your cells thingy was designed by God or brought about by evolution. All you've done is say, it's all too complicated, but you don't know enough about cellular biology either to know whether there is an understood natural mechanism for this or not.
And here is the crucial part, you can't be bothered to properly find out one way or the other.
A knife that cuts both ways.
This is a claim based on something being complex, but you don't know the science behind that complexity, and you can be bothered to look into it to see whether the science backs your point of view or not.
That's exactly the form your argument is taking. Look at this complexity, it can't possibly occur naturally, therefore God. That's a fallacious argument and again, you can't be bothered to look into what the science says about it to find out one way or the other.
Common sense is all to often a poor guide to the truth of the natural world. Just look at relativity and quantum mechanics for example.
No, you are wrong. If you could find science that says one way or the other, I would accept that science.