>> Advertising copywriters typically don't invent anything.
They invent slogans and shibboleths. ("Even your best friend won't tell
you") If "invent" seems too dignified, how about "dream up"?
>> > UV is also blocked from the retina by the vitreous humor. The greatest
> > danger UV poses to unprotected eyes is to the lens. Inverting the retina
> > can't help that. All the chordata have inverted retinas, including fish.
>> UV can also damage the retina, especially in young children.
>>http://icare4u.com/Ultravio.htm>> With regards to fish that's irrelavent. The argument isn't about fish
> versus celophods but man versus celophods. Whether fellow sea creatures
> have different types of eyes neither adds no detracts from the
> evolutionary argument. Actually nothing regarding celophod eyes
> really does anything for the evolution argument unless you wish to
> go with a "straw man" approach.
Cephalopod eyes are living proof that a design which at least seems more
sensible is possible. their form diminishes the strength of the argument
that our perfect construction can be explained only by conscious design.
>> John M. Drake
Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get.