The driving tendencies in nature on the early Earth would have been analogous to seismic tremors rearranging the books in the library.
Criticism suggested that Nobel laureate Jack Szostak and others were fast closing in on a solution to the origin-of-life problem with the “principle of RNA self-replication.”
The human eye is for seeing, whether or not it has any effect on genetics. However, this common-sense view has a problem.
This is a clear falsification of an evolutionary expectation expressed across many years, and widely held by a consensus of experts.
Methylation of key development genes represses their expression, and with it eye development, in this venerable icon of evolution.