The human ear can detect sound when the eardrum is displaced by as little as one-tenth the diameter of a single hydrogen atom.
In seeking to explain what makes humans exceptional, current evolutionists convert guesswork into a methodology, as humans did for long ages in the pre-scientific past.
As a systems architect, I’ve spent decades designing and implementing large and complex systems of information systems.
A simple tissue we take for granted turns out to represent another example of irreducible complexity in the human body.
We can only say that so it is.