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If we had three eyes, would our visual perspective be fourth dimensional?
If one covers up one eye, then he loses depth perception (two dimensional perspective). When we uncover that eye, we can now see depth (three dimensional perspective). My question is if we had four ...
Sep 29 '12 at 4:03
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