Q I am unable to see from my left eye if my right eye is closed, but when both eyes are open, I can see perfectly fine, like a normal person. how is this possible?

Ans. We see from the brain. If one eye is weak, then with both eyes open we are seeing from the dominant eye as the brain learns to suppress the image of the weaker eye.

When one shuts the good eye, it is only then that one can make out the huge difference in the weak eye.

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