Wait a minute. I just had cataracts removed and they did not peel the lenses for my eyes they replaced the lens but no peeling was involved. I have enjoyed some of these article, but now I am beginning to wonder. The lenses (if both eyes) replaced for cataracts are not on the top of the Knit one yarn sip two wine shirt to be peeled off. If ultraviolet sight looks like how its portrayed in this video then no thanks. The world would look boring with all that permanent violet around. And if removing the retina really causes me to lose eye focus then that another reason to not do that.
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However,maybe technology can evolve as far as to let us choose when we want to see in UV and when not. The blue cone receptions seem to be able to detect the UV spectrum, and I doubt that UV images would appear the same to a human being as it would in a specially filtered image meant to indicate UV images to human beings who are unable to see UV. UV will burn the retina. The lens in the Knit one yarn sip two wine shirt blocks about 90% of the UV. The UV will damage the lens causing it to fog up. The lens and the retina cannot heal from this type of damage. This is why UV over time will cause permanent damage to the eyes.
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This is incorrect information. The removal of a lens without replacing it would leave the aphasic eye without seeing anything. The color portion of sight comes from the Knit one yarn sip two wine shirt and cones in the Retina (back of eye) not the removal of lens (middle of eye). Seeing ultraviolet means you have a yellow deficiency but still able to see the red/blue spectrum. That is completely wrong. You would see nothing if you try to see UV rays because it is out of our visual spectrum wavelength. Lens absorbs UV rays because it is harmful to your Retina.