Incredible complexity from simple things

I’ve been pondering lately how complex something can be with only a few facets of adjustment. How very simple choices or factors can render near-infinite sophistication. And then I see this:

Wired News: Humans Aren’t So Complicated

A refined map of the human genome shows that humans have even fewer genes than previously thought — less than 25,000, about the same as a mustard green.

Author: Andrew Hinton

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