A few years later, I was laying on my back loving the warm summer sun. For some reason, I pulled my T-shirt up over my heard and what a surprise. Looking through the tiny holes that the weaving of the shirt created, I could see things perfectly. Yes, if you punch a tiny pin hole through a piece of heavy paper, you can see small things more clearly. Don't believe me? Try it. While looking through that pin hole, move the thing you are looking at closer or further away to find the correct focal length. Yep, it works.
I have heard that back in antiquity, that glasses with a single pinhole were used to see small things clearly. Today's modern pinhole glasses are quite different; they have many, many holes. Here is a picture of modern ones:
I had cataract operations, where they implanted new lenses. I chose to have long distance vision, so still have to wear reading glasses to read, blog on my computer, or see anything clearly at close range. My glasses work better than a hole in some paper, but the hole has come in handy at times when I forgot my reading glasses. Now, keep looking around and take in all that beauty that this world and this universe has given to us and have a great day, you hear?