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Old Jun 1st 2008, 09:36 AM   #1
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Nice link, but I don't understand all.
I've a question about the hiperopic eye. Accord to wikipedia and the school where I was when I was 14 years old, the light coming from an object in front of an eye will enter into the lens (of the eye), be deviated but not that much to get "inversed" when it reach the retina, contrary to people who see well and people who have myopia. Then the brain "inverse" the image on the retina when he interprets the image. Therefore I don't understand why people with hyperopia don't see "reversed". I'd be very grateful if someone could answer me!
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