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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 9, 2001 18:44:29 UTC

The blind theory of evolution makes perfect logical sense, but there are some evolved characteristics that seem to require some kind of organization (not something relatively simple like feathers but something more complex and interwoven like echolocation.) The seperate, independent systems used in echolocation (the apparatus to emit clicks, sensitive hearing to pick up the echo, advanced neurological direction finding to interpret an insect's position, high agility and speed to home in on prey) don't seem to have evolved randomly: that would be like throwing paint on a canvas and ending up with the Mona Lisa. If it is random, each of the seperate systems would have had to have evolved seperately. What is the chance that they would work in perfect harmony?

Maybe you can shed some light on this?

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