On the Irreducible Complexity of the Eye

If you think that the eye is “irre­ducibly com­plex” and so pos­es a prob­lem for the the­o­ry of evo­lu­tion, this video explains how the eye evolved from far sim­pler forms to the (wide vari­ety) of eyes which we see in the world today.






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Rick Beckman