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Why do we have to eyes?
I'm guessing that you are asking why we have TWO (2) eyes? IF that's your question, then the reason is to have the ability to use binocular vision. This means that the information from both eyes overlaps somewhat and allows you to be able to appreciate dimension (see 3D). You'll notice that all animals that are predators (humans included) have both eyes facing forward. (Even hawks and eagles have their eyes pointing mostly forward) That's because when you are using binocular vision, you can tell how far something is away from you.
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they make people see
It helps you see better things in life. Without eyes you won't discover new things and you won't enjoy life at all. Imagine the people who can't see. :( it helps yo…u see things :)
Leviticus 24:18-20 states it most clearly. 18 Whoever kills an animal must replace it, life for life. 19 Whoever injures a neighbor must receive the same injury in return- 20… a broken bone for a broken bone, an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Whoever injures another person must receive the same injury in return Lev 24:18-20 (GW)
is it a gooy thing that lets u see
Known as the Sclera, the "white" of the eyes is a coat of dense connective tissue that covers all of the eyeball except for the cornea. It helps protect the eye against diseas…es and keeps the eye healthy.
Brown eyes, like any color eyes, can be beautiful, but they may not be. It is said that "eyes are the windows to the soul." If this is true, the person's soul has a lot mo…re to do with how beautiful the eyes are than the color of the eyes.
[ The eye is basically a camera taking pictures of images it sees and sends it to the brain where it is stored.
This is a reference to the Bible verse in Leviticus about appropriate punishments. If someone was blinded in an eye, they were free to gouge out the eye of the person who blin…ded them - but not allowed to do anything more than that to them. The basis for this is also a part of the Code of Hammurabi, a code of ethics designed to put limits on punishment and revenge. It is also sometimes used today in the shortened form "eye for an eye" to condemn getting revenge, especially in situations of anger and rash/hasty action, and as an admonishment to be more wise. The related saying, "An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind" originated by William Shakespeare, and later reiterated by Mahatma Gandhi. The Biblical reference to "an eye for an eye" is found in the Mosaic Law of the Old Testament (Leviticus), regarding the punishment of crime amongst the Israelite tribes, in accordance with the Covenant of the Law.
If you agree that "yes" would be an appropriate response, I think we'll see eye-to-eye on the matter.
Your eyeballs stay in your eye sockets by your nerves connected to your eyes going to your brain and as long as the nerves are connected your eyes stay in.
Cones are very sensitive to bright light. Impulses from cones allow you to see fine colors and details.
It controls the movement of eyes,upwards,downward,sideways etc.They are important for fixation of eye and fild vision.
It's about exacting punishment or retaliation. If you neighbour breaks, say, one of your windows, you can get him/her to repair one but not the whole lot, or if he broke one o…f your windows you can, if you want 'revenge' break one of his windows and but not the whole lot. If he kills a sheep in your flock, you can't take the whole of his flock, but only one! It doesn't mean you have to exact revenge, but if you do, it has to be in line with the offence caused to you. Proportionality.
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