From Rejoice, O Youth by Rabbi Avigdor Miller
The ear, alone, is a complex of coordinated factors which makes any explanation by “sudden mutation” (evolution) ridiculous. Perched strategically atop the head on both sides, with whorls and hollows to collect the sound waves, they channel the sound to the ear drum.
This membrane, but one tenth of a millimeter in thickness, is composed of three layers. It is especially constructed so that it has no after-vibrations to blur the sound. An ingenious system of bone levers, connected to the ear drum, magnifies the sound. These tiny levers: the malleus, the incus and the stapes are each cunningly and efficiently shaped for their varied functions. They transmit the sound impulses to the lymph in the internal ear, which then arouses nerve impulses in the 20 to 30 thousand hair cells of the hearing nerve.
Only a lunatic can claim this to be the result of a number of accidents
To maintain equal air pressure on both sides of the ear drum, the inner ear is connected, by the Eustachian tube, with the pharynx to admit air. The rate of probability for accidental development of the most simple of these components is against astronomically-calculated odds. But considering that the components of the ear number in the tens of thousands, and all must be coordinated by a master-plan, only a lunatic can claim this to be the result of a number of accidents.