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1. Can you feel it when your pupils dilate?
2. Do you have any control over your pupils when they dilate?
3. What do we call this when a reflex happens without our control?
4. Why do our pupils get bigger in the dark and smaller in the light?
5. How does this reflex protect our eyes?
1. No, it just feels the same as always
2. No, they just widen in the dark, and shrink again when exposed to light
3. Involuntary reflex
4. In the dark, they widen to let in more light to try to see better, and in the light, they shrink to limit the amounts of light
5. This protects our eyes because they could burn from too much sun when they are dilated in the light.
1. Yes, because some of our senses are stronger for different people than others.
2. Use hand-sanitizer and wave it in somebody's face, or something else strong-smelling. To signal them.
3. Have somebody throw food at you? I don't know.
4. I think that you understand what you need to see or sense to do what you are going to do, and when you see it, it sends a message to your brain to catch the ruler when it happens.
5. No, because the ruler reaction was optional, so I could decide not to do it, where as the paper reflex was for self-defense, and was uncontrollable.