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Message 28 of 28 (709599)
10-28-2013 3:48 PM
Reply to: Message 24 by minaras
10-08-2013 5:55 AM

Random mutations were supposed to slowly cause the evolution of a process that lead to the creation of eyes, ears, etc…

Random mutations and natural selection. The latter is kinda important.

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?

Yes, and they still do. Humans in particular have a number of issues with their vision.

The funny things is that any vision is better than no vision and directional vision is better than just being able to detect light.

I might wear glasses and be blind in one eye, so that I have no depth perception, but even my seriously flawed vision is far better than no vision at all.

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