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aviator

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That's how a camera works.

If you kill someone, ensure they don't look at you, otherwise your image will remain embedded onto their eyes and police can track you. That's why some killers chuck out the eyes of their victims.
 

nairobilay

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That's how a camera works.

If you kill someone, ensure they don't look at you, otherwise your image will remain embedded onto their eyes and police can track you. That's why some killers chuck out the eyes of their victims.
Garbage! The principle is the same but there is no image retained at the the point the optical nerve at the back of the eye.
And shame on you for using CSI as your reference for real science!
 

nairobilay

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Matusi ya nini na niliona kwa CSI?
Read this:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optography
Optography is the process of viewing or retrieving an optogram, an image on the retina of the eye. A belief that the eye "recorded" the last image seen before death was widespread in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and was a frequent plot device in fiction of the time, to the extent that police photographed the victims' eyes in several real-life murder investigations, in case the theory was true. Although repeatedly debunked as a forensic method, there is a scientific basis behind the idea.
 

aviator

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Optography is the process of viewing or retrieving an optogram, an image on the retina of the eye. A belief that the eye "recorded" the last image seen before death was widespread in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and was a frequent plot device in fiction of the time, to the extent that police photographed the victims' eyes in several real-life murder investigations, in case the theory was true. Although repeatedly debunked as a forensic method, there is a scientific basis behind the idea.
 
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