Thursday, February 28, 2019

Human Infravision

Gizmodo reports "By injecting nanoparticles into the eyes of mice, scientists gave them the ability to see near-infrared light—a wavelength not normally visible to rodents (or people). It’s an extraordinary achievement, one made even more extraordinary with the realization that a similar technique could be used in humans."

Yes, my first post in years, and not my strongest work. Ha! Whatever, at least I'm still alive. :^)

2 comments:

Unknown said...

"injecting nanoparticles into the eyes"
Yeah...... 'cause That's not a terrifying idea at ALL

Christian said...

Dude! I've missed you, man!

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