Humans Brains Wired for Visual Perception

Reverend Thomas Bayes (1701-1761) could not have dreamed that his work would be extremely important in statistics, usually in the form of the Bayesian inference. It has been discovered that the human brain uses this advanced cognition ability — built in by the Master Engineer.

There is no need here to delve into details of how the theorem or the inference work. Suffice to say that new information reaches the mind, then it is compared to existing knowledge to see if existing knowledge needs to be changed.

The paper on human brains and visual perception did not try to prove evolution, and even mentioned design. This advanced ability is built right in.
X-ray-style image of skull and brain, Freeimages / Miranda Knox
The complexity of the brain has long been a problem for evolutionists. Interestingly, the paper discussing the experiment that concluded that we are wired for advanced thinking skills is quite interesting. Evolution was mentioned needlessly in it, and the word design was used. That is far more logical than to think evolution could build the complexities of the human brain.
As neurological research continues, it will only reveal more detailed questions to ask regarding every aspect of this incredibly designed structure.

Recently, researchers from the University of Sydney, University of Queensland, and University of Cambridge “have confirmed that human brains are naturally wired to perform advanced calculations, much like a high-powered computer, to make sense of the world through a process known as Bayesian inference.”

To read the full article, see "The Brain's Amazing Ability of Visual Perception."