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Originally posted by HotSauce
reply to post by resonance
Great question. I saw a great documentary on evolution of the eye. I tried to find it for you on youboob but had no luck.
Short answer it started with some organism that developed photosensitive cells which gave it an advantage. Then it kept developing in other related creatures over billions of years until you get the current different eye designs.
The eye starts as a light-sensitive cell, which turns into a group of cells, which eventually forms a concave indentation in the surface of the organism. This concave indentation becomes more and more pronounced over time, until it becomes quite deep and various fluids tend to build up inside. Eventually, a protective/focusing cover develops. Voila! Eyeball.
At every stage in this process, the agglomeration of cells is
light sensitive and therefore useful
Originally posted by All Seeing Eye
The photo is taken from a video that is represented to be taken in our solar system that is documenting "Unknown" craft. It just so happens that this one craft appears to be a disembodied reptilian eye.
Decide for yourself: www.youtube.com...
Go to 2:02 to see the "anomaly"
Originally posted by tooo many pills
The parts of the eye evolved together over billions of years, though possibly millions of different species. Not one part at a time or all at once.
Even better questions.
Who put bible together?
Why is what that guy/group complied millenia ago more believable than modern science and technology?
Its funny that creationists use the evolution of the eye as an argurement against evolution, when they themselves are blind followers. Science and technology is good enough for you guys to adapt and use; tv, comps, cars, medicine, airplanes. But when it comes evolution its wrong! wrong. wrong. wrong. WHY? The thing is you guys don't know why you believe its wrong. All you know is the church told you it was wrong, so you will look for any reason that correlates to what you have been told to believe.
Do the churches tell you who to vote for too? or do they tell you who not to vote for? That's a rhetorical question.