I read the recent story about the "single-celled eye" that has just been discovered.  It seems to me like an excellent example of how much complexity can be achieved through evolutionary processes, even on the cellular level.  But, if I offer this as evidence for evolution, I'm afraid a creationist would just say, "just because they recently discovered it doesn't mean it recently evolved.  It could've been around the whole time, and they just didn't discover it until now."  How do we know something like that did evolve recently?

here is the original paper
http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v5 … 14593.html

To be clear there is absolutely nothing in the paper to suggest (in fact quite the reverse) that this is a recent evolutionary adaptation or novel development.