Six fascinating facts about blinking

Most of the seriously you know the basics of Why we blink: it cleans and moisturizes luminosity are irritating to the eyes. All the flashes. And then there is a forced one-eyed blink a wink, which is used to form the body language, that is to say, "Hey, good lookin'." If the object is used by a Grandparent has come-as age is, well, come and gone.

At first blush, Flash may not be the most shocking, but there are a few things you might not know about the rapid closing and opening of the hesitation. Below are six events, myths and linked to a flashing oddities that enough to keep our eyes open.

1. women's (alleged) rules when it comes to Flash: Despite rumors that "women flashing more" hard to get back with scientific facts, it is believed that females blinkers more productive than their male counterparts, blink twice as much. The number varies for exactly how time someone blinked in a minute, but the average is considered to be 15 or once every four seconds, although this may increase when one anxious, worried or tired. In addition to a double blink-rumored age, male Heath reports that women who take birth control pills flashes 32 percent more often than women who are not on the pill.

2. Blinking inspired the creation of auto-parts: game changing idea tarball intermittent page glasses wiper, electric guitar, inventor of the wedding night after — the problems of the champagne Cork it directly to his left eye, leaving him the irregular blinking patterns. Kearns later went to the blind and the injury to the mental health Division the year after the Court of first instance was used by Christopher Ford and other automakers, accusing them of his pilfering from a revolutionary design. Working with the image she had, according to Greg Kinnear in the 2008 movie "Flash of Genius."

3. Babies are infrequent blinders: the jury is still exactly why human babies blink far less frequently than adults, usually only twice or less over the course of a minute. In addition, a study found that children blink more often as they grow, not reaching full "blink maturity" up to the age of 14 or 15. A theory on why babies blink less is that they sleep much and therefore it is not necessary to lubricate the eyes as often as adults. Another theory says that the newborn infants, when I awake, they are occupied working his eyes (but not his eyelids) extra to soak up visual information.

4. George w. Bush and air force pilots flying over "friendly territory" = blinders frequent: in addition to the children, have been widely investigated models blink of adults in a variety of circumstances. Generally, when we look at important information, we blink less. When not taking in as much information or when under duress, we have more Flash. Air force pilots flying over friendly territory "simulators" are flashing more than when flying over the "enemy territory" because there is less crucial information. The late Dr. John Stern, a research pioneer and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis has noted that during the first presidential debate between George w. Bush and John Kerry in 2004, Bush blinked rapidly, especially when under attack from his opponent. Kerry did not blink quickly at any point, won the debate, although the flasher rapid went on to take the White House.

5. Flashes, all creatures great and small — with the exception of fish, snakes and other animals without lids. And then there are some special creatures — probably the most famous hamsters — this wink, miga only one eye at a time. In 1927, W.P. Blount published the definitive guide to blink in the Kingdom of animals, entitled "examination of movements of pulling animals: blink." Among the findings: Blount by Sudanese monkeys, rats blink blink rapidly when they sneeze and goats blink in intervals of 30 to 60 seconds.

6. Involuntary blinking devices — new 3D glasses? In an effort to do away with those pesky 3D glasses took on many moviegoers, created a Brazilian production company named Jonathan Post a blink-inducing device worn on the head, makes you look like a crazy person. And oh yeah, device, 3D no glasses, allows users to experience the three-dimensional vision sans disposable glasses thanks to all that crazy-looking blinking. And another oh yeah: the most visited video of 3D nr glasses will be demoed by a hirsute Frenchman named Francois is one elaborate, well-executed joke.

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