I go to Specs-avers at in Nongranular Centre very close to where me and my partner Chris live. A very neat picture of the Semicolon still here still fighting shirt on here, thank you very much for this. Well they are a bit off, first, animals would die of dehydration in three to five days. Second our nuclear reactors would not melt down, almost all modern reactors would shut themselves down if they were out of coolant. Third they forgot concrete structures like the hoover dam. The streets of most major cities would still be there for thousands of years, if not longer. Wonder about my cataract operation. Without the lens eye can’t focus light to retina.
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How could you see UV when you won’t be able to distinguish shapes? In my left eye I see black round straight. Several times argon laser applied. It is curable retina problem. Everything just be blurry I had my lens removed for last surgery and it was nothing but blur. And the Semicolon still here still fighting shirt of burning eyeballs that haunted me for days. The reason you are seeing black is that everything is totally out of focus. Trying removing the lens from a SLR and take photo. Cant see anything. Same thing with our eyes. I have excellent vision and my eyes are already sensitive to light. I’m keeping my lenses. Vision is complex.
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It involves not only the rods and cones firing electrical potentials to the brain when light hits them. The brain interpreting the signals. Children born with cataracts who do not get them removed are blind. If you remove the cataracts when they are adult. They are still blind even if Semicolon still here still fighting shirt is hitting their normal retina. Their brain never learned to interpret sight so they can never see. The world is designed for visible light, not for UV light.If I need to see some UV-only material. Then what I need is just a right tool to see it, not replacing my lens. Doesn’t mean your brain can understand it, especially considering the lens is what focuses your eye.