The human body is a pretty good example of the one is none, two is one principle. Â There is a lot of redundancy built in and that is a good thing. Â At the same time, just because I have two hands, it doesn’t mean I am willing to give one up. Â Today we will be talking a bit about an important pair of the human anatomy that we want to make sure we protect.
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Hey Guys, Here is Why We have TWO of em!
Lots of our body parts come in pairs. Â Some of those pairs are completely redundant like our kidneys and someÂ aren’t. Â Today we are going to be talking about our eyes and keeping them protected. Â First we need to understand why this is important.
- MajorÂ informationÂ highway
- Binocular vision
- depth perception
When I “Saw” the Need to Protect My Eyes
Being a safety guy, I often am wearing glasses to protect my eyes when I am engaged in “dangerous” activities
- Force on Force Training
- Running Power Tools
- Working with Springs
Add One to the List
- ChangingÂ batteries….
Consider all of the benign things you do that could turn into an optical disaster…
- Using Chemicals
- You wear glasses when you shoot and you also carry a gun….