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In Southeast China in a town called Dahua, a young boy named Nong Yousui was born with bright blue eyes. Not only are his eyes the kind of blue that might be seen on a street in Norway, but his teacher also claims that they reflect a neon green tone when illuminated by a flashlight. The effect, though, was not captured on video when a test was performed before cameras.
Researchers have engineered a human kidney cell able to produce a directed green laser beam when struck by weak blue light. Don't get your spandex out just yet though -- it might be some years before you're able to shoot lasers out of your eyes.
Although Journalists claim Nong's eyes react in a similar way (to a cat) the video footage does not appear to back up this claim.
And for such a feature to occur in a human would require multiple mutations to happen at once, which experts say is impossible.
James Reynolds, a pediatric ophthalmologist at State University of New York in Buffalo, sauggests Nong simply has extremely good eyesight rather than true night-vision.
I don't know how much of a documented fact this is when I say this....but light eyes have better night vision.