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What if a human had infrared sensitive eye?


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2007-12-14 03:43:27
2007-12-14 03:43:27

we'd have night vision and we'd be sensitive to thermal radiation

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yes the human eye is sensitive to red light

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The human eye's sensitivity to wavelengths in the visual window of Earth's atmosphere is due to evolution adaptations during the development of the human eye. If infrared radiation were in abundance, then it is believed our eyes would be sensitive to infrared radiation.

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The human eye is most sensitive to the colour green.

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