Darwinists Seek to Explain the Eye’s Engineering Perfection

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First, they turn evolution into an engineer. Personification is a common ploy by Darwinists. Source
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Verdicts of “Poor Design” in Biology Don’t Have a Good Track Record

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For years people cited the wiring of the vertebrate eye as evidence of “poor design” in biology. Source
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Look: On Thanksgiving, Be Grateful for the Intelligent Design of Your Eyes

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COVID restrictions may have put a damper on the traditional Thanksgiving celebration. But even lockdowns can't stop us from giving thanks. Source
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