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why does the image you see invert in the retina?

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  1. anonymous
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    I was trying to search up this to find you a little information, but from what it seems, the images are inverted in the retina so we can see stuff much larger than a few millimeters. http://www.retinaeyedoctor.com/2010/03/eye-images-reversed-on-retina/

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