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The Eye and Irreducible Complexity - Creationism Debunked

Part 3 of a 7-part series with Dr. Eugenie C. Scott: Intelligent Design, Irreducible Complexity, and the Eye. Dr. Scott criticizes claims by proponents of creation science that the vertebrate eye is too complex a mechanism to have evolved by natural selection. Darwin discussed the eye in the 'Origin of the Species', and found evidence of a step by step process consistent with evolution. Dr. Scott also discusses evidence from computer models that the eye cold have evolved over a period of 100 million years. Recorded at the 'Biology of Genomes' meeting at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, June 1, 2009.
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