Eye Cell Complexity Baffles Evolutionists

In the days when Charles Darwin roamed the earth, he wrote that believing the complexities of the eye came about through natural selection seemed "absurd in the highest degree." Then he proceeded to believe absurdity anyway — and increased knowledge makes things worse for evolutionists since then.

The human ear is a marvel, but the eye is even more amazing. Both eye and ear gather information from outside, then the brain has to arrange and make sense of the input. The retina alone is about as complex as the brain!

It is absurd to believe that they eye is a product of natural selection, time, mutations, and so forth. Research of retinas tacitly admits to common design.
Photoreceptors in a human retina, NIH / National Eye Institute (usage does not imply endorsement)
The eye "appeared" (Darwinspeak for "evolved"), but once again evolution is assumed, not demonstrated. Researchers claim that the retinal cell types among several critters go way back in evolutionary history and are "conserved." In other words, there is no evidence of evolution. Worse for secularists, they are tacitly admitting not to common origin, but to common design by the Creator.
The late leading evolutionary biologist, Ernst Mayr, said the eye appeared at least 40 times “during the evolution of animal diversity.” But creationists claim that the more we learn of the eye and its complexity, particularly in the retina, the more it negates evolutionary naturalism. The eye is a marvel of creation.

Interestingly, it was the anatomy of the eye that troubled Charles Darwin. He stated in his On the Origin of Species,

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Since Darwin penned these words, our knowledge of the eye’s “inimitable contrivances,” such as ultrastructure, neurophysiology, and the biophysics of vision, has increased. Zoologists are left astonished at its complexity. Natural selection, time, and random genetic mistakes could never produce a functional eye, “simple” or otherwise.

The entire article can be seen at "The Conserved Complexity of Eye Cell Types."