In one of the most stunning discoveries of 2010, which made scientists attempt to disprove what they actually observed in this amazing discovery! Science Daily reports…
“They first used a microscope to look through the lenses of the two eyes detailed in the research article. They saw how the lens could make a second image grow sharper — something that could only happen with a bifocal.”
“It was my first research project, and I seriously thought I made a mistake, and then we did additional research to try to kill the hypothesis,” says Stowasser. However, their findings were confirmed with more research in addition to observing the operation of the lens and the two focal planes via a microscope. They saw the bifocal again when they used a method to project a narrow light beam through the lens. “Our findings can only be explained by a truly bifocal lens,” write the researchers.”
Some defenders of evolution use confusion and complexity in order to cover the falsifications that go on with these discoveries. For example, some argue that creationists are wrong, mutations are not random. Oh really? Did the mutations contained information gathered from a known mechanism from the outside on what to design next? Oh it’s natural selection choosing which mutations to build such a well-designed complex tiny little creature so it’s directed right? However natural selection doesn’t manufacture the mutations that it chooses.
The reality is, mutations which are permanent changes (accidents or mistakes) in the DNA strand have a negative effect in regards to information because it looses it. Other mutations are neutral and as a result doesn’t help the evolution cause. If evolution was true, there would have to be millions upon millions if not billions upon billions of these mutations which need to have created new information and a new function. What we observe in nature are animals going in the wrong direction for evolution.
In rare cases, mutations loose information which allows a gain of a function like a beetle loses the information to make a wing on a windy island, the mutation is beneficial because the beetle doesn’t get blown out to sea and killed. Bacterial antibiotic resistance is also used as so-called ‘proof’ of evolution. Bacteria generally steals pre-existing information in order to survive the antibiotic or looses information in pre-existing activities such as enzymatic, regulatory, or transport systems which makes it less fit compared to other Bacteria that didn’t go through it.
But what about this amazing well-designed bug? It displays intelligent engineering by a creator, this is why scientists were trying to disprove the specified complexity.
“The article explains that using two retinas and two distinct focal planes that are substantially separated, the larvae can more efficiently use these bifocals, compared with the glasses that humans wear, to switch their vision from up-close to distance — the better to see and catch their prey, with their favorite food being mosquito larvae…”
This is another lesson on how evolution explanations hinders science (the complexity didn’t fit evolutionary expectations which resulted in trying to disprove it) and lacks contribution to this discovery. Two eyes in one is simply a remarkable intelligent design created by God!