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|Quote (GaryGaulin @ Dec. 13 2012,22:20)|
|Quote (Doc Bill @ Dec. 13 2012,21:46)|
|Literature deprived GaryBillyBobDumbFuck wrote:|
|For the record, what does Pandaís Thumb have to say about how the human eye works?|
That war is over ever since the Baldwin brothers wrote their definitive paper "Evolutionary Sequence of Optical Structures Confirmed by Comparative Genetic Analysis Across Vertebrate Orders via Venter-Hilbert Space Analysis", A. Baldwin, S. Baldwin, PNAS, Vol. 97, Issue 7, 2009, pp 1120-1189. †(Subscription required)
I assume you meant how it evolved, now how it works. †Every third grader on the planet knows how the eye works. †Hopefully, you're not that stupid, although I'm not holding my breath.
I specifically need to know how the human (or vertebrate) eye works, especially how the photons are collected and other resolution related details.
It is there. But since what I found indicates a serious problem (also a separation of church and state issue) I thought I would let you find where that is mentioned, just in case I missed the very important self-correction which should be there by now.
Find a third-grader and ask them.
Quit bugging us with stupid third-grade questions. This has already been done:
"ALGOL Model of Vertebrate Vision: Image to Representation," S. Baldwin, NIH Review Letters, 2009, Vol. 45 Issue 11, pp 1123-1145 (Subscription required).