We know that after images are formed as a result of latency in the retinas of

We know that after images are formed as a result of latency in the retinas of

We know that after images are formed as a result of latency in the retinas of our eyes. So if they are in our eyes or, more likely, in our brains, why do we see them in front of our eyes? How do they get out there?

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