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[Used with permission - © Julie Clark]

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Although we have 5 major senses, most of the information from our surroundings comes from the eyes, making sight a very important part of our lives. The eye contains many rods and cones and they gather information and send it to the visual processing part of the brain, the information is sent via electric signals. Optical illusions can be caused by our brain expecting to see something, and processing the eye's signals in a way that creates something that makes sense on one hand, but on further looking begins to make less sense.

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