He thinks they should be inside the body, not outside.
In his new book, Lents has taken intelligent design theory to task. He is right to do so. How?
“The human eye is a well-tread [sic] example of how evolution can produce a clunky design,” writes Professor Lents.
Whenever a complex system of systems works at all, it seems counterproductive to attempt a “bad design” argument.
Vertebrate eyes work reasonably well, Richard Dawkins conceded, but “it is the principle of the thing that would offend any tidy-minded engineer!”