Will human eyes develop night vision capability due to evolution?
Even scientists can only make a prediction based on the experiences they make. So an exat answer in this situation is impossible.
Human's already have a version of night vision (sort of). The iris in the eye changes based on the light conditions to let more in or out. So, if you sit in the dark for 20 minutes or so, you will be able to see basic shapes. True night vision, however, would have to come from a drastic change in our living conditions. Say, for example, a group of humans lived underground for thousands of years. Then there would be a chance that their descendants would have some level of night vision.
by Gladz 14 months ago
Night-vision: how does it works? What principle in science is used?
by pramodgokhale 3 years ago
Night vision goggles .What is that? How it works?i heard American army used night vision goggles in surgical operations and were successful. India needs such instruments to fight terrorists.Anybody can explain?
by buckleupdorothy 6 years ago
What do cats see? How do their eyes work?
by DavyJones02 7 years ago
Do you think it will be possible to create an AI that has the same capability as the human brain?Why do you think that?
by Phocas Vincent 3 years ago
Is it possible to truly be religious as well as believe in the evidence of science with theories such as evolution, the Big Bang and dinosaurs existing prior to man not along side? (Please keep it clean and civil guys, thank you.)
by Nira Perkins 11 months ago
At what age do your eyes start to go bad or your vision starts to deteriorate?
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