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Pirate Eye: The Human Eye

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Aye, ye too can become an expert on the human eye. Smartly harpoon the squids before they shoot ye with their deadly ink!

Created Date 07.16.18
Last Updated 07.16.18
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  • Each human eye has a blind spot.
  • The brain attempts to fill in the missing area of any blind spot in the eye.
  • When I walk into a movie theater it takes about 7 - 10 minutes for these receptors to start working
  • The average blink lasts how long?
  • Newborn babies produce tears from the moment they first cry.
  • About how many people in the world are considered blind?
  • Eye transplants are becoming common as more people are willing to be organ donors.
  • All human tissues including the cornea contain blood.
  • Our retinas perceive the outside world as upside-down and our brain flips the image for us.
  • "20/20 vision" means you can see 20 feet in front of you as well as the average person can.
  • When the light-sensitive layer of tissue that lines the inside of the eye is lifted or pulled from its normal position.
  • Blue eyes appeared as a mutation about 6,000 years ago.
  • A temporary visual disturbance that can affect one or both eyes. Though frightening, the visual symptoms typically self-resolve without medication within 20 to 30 minutes, without any other symptoms such as headache.
  • Your eye is constantly making tiny jerking movements to stop objects from fading from your vision.
  • Some people are born with mismatched eye colours. This is called what?
  • Strands floating inside the eye’s vitreous fluid, casting shadows on the retina.
  • The human eye is equipped to comprehend all colors in our environment.
  • Tears will not flow in space.