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In Quiet Freedom, Amanda learns about how the night vision of some aborigines was / is far better
than many would believe possible. Here is an excerpt from page 152 of a book titled
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration (1939). It is a seminal work on why our teeth decay, and why our teeth and
jaws (And head shape by definition) don't develop properly. Really, why the fields of orthodontics
and dentistry exist. (This will be covered more in Optimal Teeth section)
"The marvelous vision of these primitive people is illustrated by the fact that
they can see many stars that our race cannot see. In this connection it is
authoritatively recorded regarding the Maori of New Zealand that they can see the
satellites of Jupiter which are only visible to the white man's eye with the aid of telescopes.
These people prove that they can see the satellites by telling the man at the telescope
when the eclipse of one of the stars occurs. It is is said of these primitive Aborigines
of Australia that they can see animals moving at a distance of a mile which ordinary white
people can not see at all."
Boy who can see in the dark (Youtube)
- full CCTV video clip of boy who can see in the dark. Full clip is 8 minutes. (This version has the program
duplicated without audio for the 2nd 8 minutes) Other versions on Youtube have it cut short to just a few
minutes. One of those versions has been viewed 7 million times.*
Who wants superior night vision without using fancy gadgets? Just like my eyesight, my night vision has been improving
as well. Let's see how good it gets! Will my eyes be a different color by then? BE the Light! ...and fear of the
dark, and everything else will fade away... - WC Peace
Taylor Light Pollution mini-doc --
Our Vanishing Night --
Country Channel: Night Skies
City Light to Dark Skies --
Light Pollution - Infographic - B & W animation
*If you search the internet for articles about this story you might find this article -
No, a Chinese boy doesn't have glow-in-the-dark cat eyes
- or this one - Does China's Cat-Eyed Boy Really Have Night Vision?.
Many flimsy arguments and superficial comments. What would those mysterious posters say about the videos in the Extraordinary Abilities section? ...well, better to just (largely)
ignore these commenters.