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Amazing And Entertaining Facts About Eyes (17 pics)

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You use your eyes all the time but there's probably a lot that you don't know about them. But that's about to change thanks to these fun facts.

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17 Amazing And Entertaining Facts About Eyes (17 pics)

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№1 Author: OldOllie (25 Jan 2016 10:21) Total user comments: 2012


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#4 is bullsh!t. "Colors" are defined according to what the eye can see and are perceived as a mixture of red, green, and blue. The eye can register any color between deep red and far violet. Wavelengths below and above that range, i.e., infrared and ultraviolet, aren't considered to be "colors." The more "complex" a color is, i.e., the more different wavelengths it contains, the closer it becomes to white.

#5 is also bullsh!t. The eye refreshes about 10 times per second. Most people can't perceive the flicker of a 60-Hz fluorescent light let alone 240 FPS HD TV. Common consumer-grade cameras have shutter speeds of 1/1000 sec., and special-purpose cameras have shutter speeds faster than 1/1,000,000 sec.

#9 is just false.

#11 is also bullsh!t. The eyes are part of the brain. If blurry vision were caused by the visual cortex, it would not be correctable with eyeglasses.

#16 You also share a common ancestor with every brown-, green-, and hazel-eyed person in the world, or in other words, all persons in the world, period.
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№2 Author: dargor (25 Jan 2016 19:37) Total user comments: 261


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Quote: OldOllie
#4 is bullsh!t. "Colors" are defined according to what the eye can see and are perceived as a mixture of red, green, and blue. The eye can register any color between deep red and far violet. Wavelengths below and above that range, i.e., infrared and ultraviolet, aren't considered to be "colors." The more "complex" a color is, i.e., the more different wavelengths it contains, the closer it becomes to white.

#5 is also bullsh!t. The eye refreshes about 10 times per second. Most people can't perceive the flicker of a 60-Hz fluorescent light let alone 240 FPS HD TV. Common consumer-grade cameras have shutter speeds of 1/1000 sec., and special-purpose cameras have shutter speeds faster than 1/1,000,000 sec.

#9 is just false.

#11 is also bullsh!t. The eyes are part of the brain. If blurry vision were caused by the visual cortex, it would not be correctable with eyeglasses.

#16 You also share a common ancestor with every brown-, green-, and hazel-eyed person in the world, or in other words, all persons in the world, period.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GqIci7JA8c

no offense, i had to do it ;)
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№3 Author: mikerowave (26 Jan 2016 02:36) Total user comments: 694


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#1 - Yeah sure. Apes, monkeys, cats, horses looks into your eyes accidentally.
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