#6 What We See Isn’t What We See
Arghh! What sort of puzzle is this?
Objects and scenery that we see are all made up of light reflections. However, because the eye has a curved cornea at the front, it helps in bending the light as it enters the eye.
It means that the image you just saw was upside down when it met the retina. The brain then interprets this image and fixes it for us to see it clearly. #mindblown