Because the eye is a complicated beast requiring many interdependent instructions for assembly, microscopic errors have macroscopic effects on the final product. It occurred to me that population rates for myopia are therefore a good barometer for mutation rates in those populations. The same may be true for other irreducibly complex physical structures in the body (as explained in Michael Behe’s book), such as blood clotting, which do not respond well to errors in the DNA code. Simpler genetic problems, like color blindness, cannot be used in the same way.
This could be contrasted with populations’ IQ scores to tease out the irreducibly complex formations of the brain that I’ve predicted are responsible for IQs that bust the bell curve rarity estimates.