The World of Sight By: Collin Lyons

Sight is the most important sense we have. Without seeing, we would be unable to do almost everything we do daily.

Over 90% of our knowledge was obtained by sight, and we use it for just about everything.

The human eye is the second most complex organ next to the brain. It's over 2 million parts combine and work together to form this intricate system.

The most important part of your eye is arguably your retina. The retina acts as a projector screen in the back of your eye to the optic nerve, which transports the light to your brain.

Within 50 milliseconds, the image we see is transferred throughout our eyes to our brain and we see.

Sight is what allows us to learn, play sports, and many other things we enjoy doing. Thanks to our eyes, our most valuable asset is possible.

Credits:

Created with images by Adaptalux - "I See You." • Pexels - "beautiful close-up eye" • ChrisA1995 - "Nature" • manolofranco - "to close chaguazoso a mosque" • ricky_artigas - "Flower" • Paul Fundenburg - "Grand Canyon" • huggleperson - "lake" • LorenzWorkz - "sky"

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