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Offline marc

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Re: green vision
« Reply #10 on: July 04, 2014, 10:05:52 PM »
As long as your eyes have been examined and no issues were found, I would not worry.
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Re: green vision
« Reply #11 on: July 05, 2014, 02:17:36 AM »
This one's easy!
....and it will surprise you!

I work in retail hdwr./paint...12+ yrs. now!

What color is the blood in the back of your eyeball, where blood-vessels are the densest? Obviously....RED!

Yeaars ago, when learning how to adjust paint colors, adding green will correct some colors if they're too red. Green is opposite of Red on the color-wheel.
See where I'm goin' with this... :P :winking0008:?
STRONG light sources can "overwhelm" the red-vessels in the eye. So...if Red is taken AWAY, our vision temporarily skews toward Green!

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Re: green vision
« Reply #12 on: July 05, 2014, 02:35:38 AM »
I too have had this. About 3 times I freaked out at first but I learnt a few things can cause this all benign things
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Re: green vision
« Reply #13 on: July 05, 2014, 08:28:24 AM »
This one's easy!
....and it will surprise you!

I work in retail hdwr./paint...12+ yrs. now!

What color is the blood in the back of your eyeball, where blood-vessels are the densest? Obviously....RED!

Yeaars ago, when learning how to adjust paint colors, adding green will correct some colors if they're too red. Green is opposite of Red on the color-wheel.
See where I'm goin' with this... :P :winking0008:?
STRONG light sources can "overwhelm" the red-vessels in the eye. So...if Red is taken AWAY, our vision temporarily skews toward Green!

Faron

How do you explain PURPLE?  (I get purple at times)
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