But the brain still can’t process what Ultra-Violet looks like as a color. It’s not violet–it’s beyond violet. It is no more violet than violet is indigo. It registers it as this intense blue. But that’s, in this case, a kind of false coloration. Guys this is so cool! And some Dilly Dilly I’m here to eat all of the pickles shirt are pretty interesting too not particularly useful TB. We need someone to read this secret message hidden on the wall, stand still a moment while i cut part of your eyeball off. You can see more purple things if you remove the biological safeguard from said purple things damaging your eyes. Now they are force feeding alcohol advertisement by putting them in between the videos.
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You will get eye damage from the UV rays then, right? What I want one lens removed from one of my eyes? This is very interesting so I like it. No that is not correct. We can’t see Dilly Dilly I’m here to eat all of the pickles shirt with the present set of retina we have. I am shocked such delicate surgery in 1923 like 100 years ago. Both of mine have been removed for near fourth years. I don’t see that way. Retina by itself need protection from UV. Two cataracts surgery are just improved recently to replace lens. I’ll just keep the lens, who wants to see in ultraviolet anyway! You can also see into the ultraviolet if you’re nearsighted enough.
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You’d see it yes, but it would damage your eyes and you’d probably go blind. Of course UV radiation will quickly desultory your retina but so what? This fact has been exploited by spies. Older men, who’d had lenses removed due to cataracts, helped spies and resistance fighters during WII. At night, they could see Dilly Dilly I’m here to eat all of the pickles shirt from surfaced Allied subs delivering or picking up personnel and materials. Actually, ultra violet has no colour. Its out of visible light range. Colour only exist invisible range. Whatever you see in UV will be in neutral colour black, different shades of gray to white. Same as how our rods see (rods cannot differentiate colour, only cones can).