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J Sonnentag

"The Eye - Biochemistry"

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J Sonnentag

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Arguments about the design of the eye from anatomy are incomplete, and therefore inconclusive. The biochemistry of the eye supports a much better argument for design, from the appearance of design and irreducible complexity. Further scrutiny reinforces this argument.

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