What is the white flying dots in the blue sky

white flying dots in the blue sky

Don’t be confused by the flying white dots when you look up at the blue sky, they are white blood cells in the capillaries in front of retina; the red blood cells absorb blue light but the white blood cells can’t, which create gaps in the blood column appearing as white dots. This phenomenon called Blue field entoptic is common but weak.

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