I know that this forum will quickly degrade into a "Creationist vs. Evolution" debate. All apologies.
One of the key arguments against evolution -- which is a fact of nature -- is that the eye is so complex that it could never have evolved "by chance".
But I wanted to show a few videos I've found of Richard Dawkins illustrating how natural selection could easily develop a "complicated" eyeball.
This one is pretty good to see initially.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEKyqIJk … re=related
Followed by a more explanatory:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb9_x1wg … re=related
I like how the second video highlights that the eye has actually evolved from "nothing" in at least two different systems.
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