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asapscience:

Floaters become more apparent with age, but are simply shadow reflections of debris onto our retinas caused by imperfections in the vitreous humour (the gel-like substance that covers our eyes), and most people see them when looking at something super bright, like the sky.
We like them cuz they kind of make everything look like a David Hockney pool painting?
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asapscience:

Floaters become more apparent with age, but are simply shadow reflections of debris onto our retinas caused by imperfections in the vitreous humour (the gel-like substance that covers our eyes), and most people see them when looking at something super bright, like the sky.

We like them cuz they kind of make everything look like a David Hockney pool painting?

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