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Message 26 of 28 (708322)
10-08-2013 12:37 PM
Reply to: Message 24 by minaras
10-08-2013 5:55 AM

You're not perfect
minaras writes:

how did the eye or the ear evolved? Random mutations were supposed to slowly cause the evolution of a process that lead to the creation of eyes, ears, etc…But if this took millions of years to happen, what about all these years? Did organisms had a limited visual capacity or limited interpretation of visual stimuli?

All humans still have limited visual capacity.

When was the last time you saw infrared?
When was the last time you heard air colliding with itself?

Both are certainly things that happen.

Infrared is part of the light spectrum - humans just can't see it.
Air colliding with itself does make sound - humans just can't hear it.

They are outside the limited visual and auditory capacity of humans.

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