Two evolutionists make a stunning admission: the human eye is not poorly engineered, after all.
Such accounts invoke the abrupt appearance of key features of advanced eyes including the lens, cornea, and iris.
Even Charles Darwin, after publishing his theory of evolution, privately admitted “The eye to this day gives me a cold shudder.”
Our skin and our insides are laced with an invisible, highly sophisticated, selective, neurological netting.
One of most popular attempts at explaining the flagellum via cooption was developed by Nicholas Matzke.