The point is that the other direction is not possible. Energy does not gather, turn to matter, become alive.
It only goes the other way.
I absolutely beg to differ. This is a popular misconception by those who don't really understand the nature of entropy (which, at this point, clearly includes you). You see, entropy simply refers to the amount of energy that is unavailable to do work. It does not mean that "energy does not gather, turn to matter, become alive". The only thing that the Second Law of Thermodynamics means is that the total, universal value of entropy cannot decrease. Beyond that, anything goes - because all the rest of the energy in the universe is available for those sorts of things.
Indeed, we can see this happening in stellar fusion, where stars take hydrogen and fuse it into steadily more massive elements. That's a reversal of entropy right there - you're taking hydrogen, the simplest element of all, and turning it into things like helium, carbon, oxygen, and iron. If entropy worked the way you think it does, this would be impossible; stars could not reverse entropy by converting the least complex element of all into more complex elements.
So, how do you justify stellar fusion in your own mind, seeing that you think that it's impossible for anything to go the other way?
Are you avoiding explaining the point, or is it lost on you as well?
If you didn't understand the point, why didn't you ask someone to explain it in the first place? First off, moderators use green text to signify that they are acting as a moderator. That's because otherwise, it would be very difficult to tell when they were speaking as a moderator, and when they were speaking as a regular poster. Second, in this case, the moderator felt that you explaining your own particular reasoning behind the bug analogy would be a good idea, since it can be difficult to understand what a person is thinking about something like that.
If you have further questions, why not ask the moderator in question? I'm sure he could explain it better than I could.