Octopus Intelligence Poses Evolutionary Convergence Conundrum
Outstandingly bright — with eyes that strikingly resemble ours — yet their ancestors split from mammals and birds 600 million years ago.
Doug Axe: In Cuttlefish, “Genetic Program for Limb Development Predates Limbs”
That’s the way it is, universally, with creative invention.
More on Alien Octopi: New Paper Admits Failure of Evolution to Explain Life
The complexity and sophistication of life cannot originate from non-biological matter under any scenario, over any expanse of space and time, however vast.
Is the Human Eye Really Evidence Against Intelligent Design?
Vertebrate eyes work reasonably well, Richard Dawkins conceded, but “it is the principle of the thing that would offend any tidy-minded engineer!”