Skip to comments.Your Eye Works a Precision Jigsaw Puzzle
Posted on 04/07/2009 7:40:15 PM PDT by GodGunsGuts
Your Eye Works a Precision Jigsaw Puzzle
April 7, 2009 You have twin 125 megapixel video cameras in your eyeballs. Each pixel, a rod or cone connected to a neuron, sees only a small bit of the total image. How do these bits, like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, fit together? Scientists at the Salk Institute have found that they are finely tuned to fit together for optimum clarity. Writing in PLoS Biology, they said...
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And that is just one part of an organ with six separate highly complex systems, all of which must work in perfect unison to produce a coherent image. And all of this had to rise from a pool of lifeless salts?
If I had half the imagination and faith of an evolutionist...
Wow, that’s one heck of an accident!
LOL...Imagination is their reality, truth is their imagination. They’re all mixed up!
Yep, for the Evos the eye is like a multi-trillion car pileup!
“Wow, thats one heck of an accident!”
Yes, isn’t evolution glorious? Good thing Darwin and friends have figured it out.
My pleasure :o) All the best—GGG
And that’s just OUR eyes, not even other creatures.
May God be with you and yours in provision, safety, guidance, intimacy, hope, peace, joy . . . now and in the coming months.
Thanks for the ping!
Campbell’s should market “Primordial soup”. It’s mm... mm... magnificent! Bob
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