Is the human eye a product of evolution or design?
Evolution. If it was designed, it wasn't a very good job.
Even Darwin said it was designed
No, he didn't.
"To suppose that the eye [...] could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest degree." (Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species. ch. 6)
I've read that he confessed it was absolutely absurd to suppose the eye had evolved by natural selection. Even though he believed it was absurd, his belief didn't upend his theory.
Perhaps I misrepresented at first, but he did say that it *could* have been designed, and rather did not come from evolution.
You're applying a quote out of context to fit your claim. That's not the entire quote. Don't troll.
Your definition of trolling is flawed, and do note the contraction I posted above
Yeah but that's taken out of context. It was preceded by "At first glance..." & then there was more. Take a look at the History of Research section of the Wikipedia article on evolution of the eye, & you'll find more of what he said:
Aw, man. I saw that after my comment posted. Apologies for being quick to judge; it's almost always a reflex now. :/
Also, saying "Even Darwin said..." something about evolution doesn't put a stamp of final authority on it. Darwin was (sort of) the beginning of evolutionary theory; he was one man with one set of observations, & utterly no knowledge of genes.
Clawson: it's alright ;)
Susan: yeah, I did notice that science has new theories now. I agree that Darwin simply sparked the theory