|recommend book⇒The Panda’s Thumb: More Reflections in Natural History
|Dr. Stephen Jay Gould
|1941-09-10 2002-05-20 age:60
|Gould points out all manner of utterly inept designs in nature. Unlike a celestial designer, natural selection always has to work by gently modifying the previous model. This leads to some clumsy bailingwire solutions. One of the examples is the light sensitive cells in your eye are or the wrong side of the retina, away from the light. Seriously, do you think a reputedly infinitely intelligent designer would make a blunder that profound? Other species got it right and as a result have vastly superior vision to us.
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