hardinparamedic: I could see it, especially if something was wrong with her optic nerve or occipital lobe (some kind of stroke or trauma, maybe?), or if it was a genetic disorder.[retinaeyedoctor.com image 300x202]
The One True TheDavid: ReapTheChaos: ski9600: FAKE/the sun is thereThis. If she was born this way her brain would have learned to compensate for this and she wouldn't need to turn anything upside down.Unless something in her brain was broken, i.e. not compensating as it should, which is what this fine article clearly says.Which is not to say that I believe this story, which is hard to picture.
Skr: Hrmm. I remember hearing about a weird study revolving around a group of people that wore glasses that flipped their vision for a period of time. As I recall, their brains ended up adjusting to it and eventually they functioned as normal. After they removed the glasses it took nearly as long to revert back to normal vision.
ski9600: FAKE/the sun is there
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