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Author Topic:   Darwin- would he have changed his theory?
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Message 10 of 195 (120214)
06-30-2004 12:57 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by tubi417
06-24-2004 1:55 AM


Darwin did deal with macroscopic complex systems, namely the mammalian eye. He was amazed at the complexity of the organ, but he found that every step of eye evolution was present in living organisms, starting with a photosensitive spot right up to a lensed eye with a retina. He felt that evolution does address complexity, and explains it well in that evolution would add layers to already existing systems, therefore building up complexity over time.

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