Some might say that evolution is rather simple also. Literally just an extension of the parameters and forces of the universe. Pockets of organized matter that arise from the original low entropy of the moment of "creation." Galaxies, solar systems, molecules that dissipate entropy into it`s surroundings, with the entropy always increasing. The one`s that are a bit more effective at that, have an advantage over the one`s that are not. From there you have the spur of selection, and all events throughout are of a random nature, creating all the variation that you see in the biological world. It`s almost beautiful when you get a grasp of it.
Yea lol, so crazy how entropy always decreases as a consequence of thermodynamic laws, yet somehow living creatures and human societies are all examples of self-contained systems in which entropy decreases locally and systematically. Totally plausible, right?