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176 views • March 15, 2022

Comparison: What If You Stared At A Flashlight For A Week

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We’ve all been temporarily blinded by a quick, bright light from a camera flash or briefly staring at the sun. When this happens, the brightness is decolorizing or bleaching the retinal pigment. After just a few moments, or at worst a few minutes, the bleaching effects dissipate, and your eyesight ultimately returns to its standard color. Now imagine staring at a flashlight constantly and without stopping for a week! How does this affect your vision? Do you get blinded? And how long until you get blinded? Find out in this timeline video. DISCLAIMER: This probability/comparison is based on public data, surveys, public comments & discussions and approximate estimations that might be subjected to some degree of error. Subscribe to Infinite Comparison for more Probability Comparison/Comparison videos. Icons: www.flaticon.com
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