posted on Aug, 4 2008 @ 09:48 AM
Actually you can see things that look like 'black snow' or movement when theres nothing in view.
There are small bacteria and very microscopic grit on your eye in the fluid that coats your eyeballs , I can remember what theyre called , there is
another link on ATS somewhere about it with the name.
If you stare at the sky long enough you'll see movement and things that change direction , there's nothing to be worried about everyone has them,
Even I do, you try to 'look' at them but theyre too quick and they change direction. Dont worry about it unless your eyesight begins to deteriorate
, Other than that , if your really worried go see an eye expert, and get your eyes checked out.