Today our knowledge of the eye’s design is far more detailed. Particularly striking are the incredible mechanisms at the molecular level.
Even Charles Darwin, after publishing his theory of evolution, privately admitted “The eye to this day gives me a cold shudder.”
UCEs are conserved structures that are not functionally constrained. Yet there is not so much as a hint of a problem for evolutionary theory.
You may have heard that all the DNA in your body, if stretched out, could reach to the Sun and back more than 70 times.
Alexander Oparin’s 1924 prediction that origin-of-life research would be solved “very, very soon” hasn’t quite turned out right.