Sunday, 1 January 2012

EYE can SEE YOU ...............

EYE CAN SEE YOU ..........
For an eye to be able to see, all of the approximate 40 basic components , which constitute the eye , need to be present simultaneously and work together synchronistically . If any of these components , ie the cornea , iris , pupil , retina , and eye muscles , are all present and functioning correctly , but the eyelid is missing , then , the eye will suffer serious damage and malfunction and cease to carry out its function and purpose . And the same , if all subsystems exist but tear production malfunctions , then the eye will dry up resulting in blindness within a few hours .The evolutionary theory of "reducibility" claim , loses and has no meaning when faced with the complicated structure of the eye. Therefore , the reason in order for the eye to function , all its parts need to be present and working correctly at the same time .
It is not possible for the mechanisms of natural selection and mutation to produce and bring into existence the eye's dozens of different subsystems when no advantage can be added until the last stage .
Professor Ali Demirsoy :
It is rather hard to reply to a third objection. How was it possible for a complicated organ to come about suddenly even though it brought benefits with it? For instance, how did the lens, retina, optic nerve, and all the other parts in vertebrates that play a role in seeing suddenly come about? Because natural selection cannot choose separately between the visual nerve and the retina. The emergence of the lens has no meaning in the absence of a retina. The simultaneous development of all the structures for sight is unavoidable. Since parts that develop separately cannot be used, they will both be meaningless, and also perhaps disappear with time. At the same time, their development all together requires the coming together of unimaginably small probabilities
Prof. Dr. Ali Demirsoy, Kalitim ve Evrim (Inheritance and Evolution), Meteksan Publications, Ankara, p. 475.

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