Tag: human eye
The Evolution of the Eye, Demystified
Michael Behe in 2006 and Jonathan Wells in 2017 wrote about the irreducible complexity of the light-sensing cascade that makes vision possible.
Human Eye, that “Clunky Design,” to be Used to Confirm, or Disconfirm, Quantum Mechanics
It can detect a single photon. It can test the foundations of our understanding of nature. And it is also a piece of “botched” work by evolution?
Straw Man: Nathan Lents Versus the Theory of Perfect Design
True, things go wrong with our bodies, with results that range from the tragic to the merely expensive or inconvenient.
There You Go Again, Nathan Lents
“The human eye is a well-tread [sic] example of how evolution can produce a clunky design,” writes Professor Lents.
The Problem with “Bad Design” Arguments
In a physical world there will be design constraints, so it is only realistic to expect tradeoffs.