Tuesday, August 21, 2007

The Eye Has It

Wired backward? I think not. Scientists have recently realized the Human Eye is an example of incredible design.

Not only is the inverted wiring of our eyes a good design, necessary for proper functioning, it is also coordinated with an ingenious fiber optic plate. So the vertebrate eye has the advantage of a rich blood supply behind the receptors without the disadvantage of nerves blocking out light. Such fine coordination of parts makes sense with a Master Coordinator, while it’s a puzzle for evolutionists.
Check out the full article at CMI

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