When you try to see in the dark the human is at a disadvantage. Our rods that are used for reduced light in our retina are around the circumference and not in the center area. We are better set up for daylight and color viewing. However, you can see better in low level lighting by moving your head slowly back and forth. This allows the limited available light to be processed more effectively through the rods. Try it out, it works!
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