I recently read where eye surgeons were able to do what is termed a simple surgery in which the patient’s lens is removed and replaced with a synthetic lens. The benefit is that as a person ages they will maintain their ability to read without special reading glasses. This sounds like something I want to try and I was wondering if any of my readers have every performed this surgery on themselves, at home?
It’ can’t be much harder than putting in a contact lens, as you could operate on one of your eyes, while using the other eye to guide you. Seriously, you could use alcohol or something to numb the eye, and then get a clean X-acto knife™ to make the incision. I don’t know where you could get the artificial lens, but perhaps a shop that makes glass eyes would be a place to start looking.
As ridiculous as this idea is, so too are the questions about “what is the best home drinking water filtration system?”
Water is a highly technical, ever-changing substance that literally, if handled improperly can kill and rob a person of his or her health. The study of water is a vast, ongoing process that continues to reveal new wonders and secrets. It amazes me that while only a rare fool wold attempt self-eye surgery, millions readily rush to manage their own drinking water.
When it comes to water, people still want quick and easy answers. I am here to tell you that it is this same, exact simplistic view of water that is compounding the kinds of things we saw in Flint, Michigan. As the world-wide water crisis intensifies it is more important than ever that we learn as much as we can about this precious resource.
I will do my very best to help in that process.