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The creation or evolution of the eye is a niggling problem when explaining evolution. Though Shubin's explanation doesn't make everything clear, I felt that I got a pretty substantial reasoning for how light-sensitive organs should've emerged and also how our eye can be traced back to those primitive organs by similarity in the tissue/protein.



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Yeah, this is definitely something that Ted Haggard should be studying. lol



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