Not in the way that it was originally thought of. But this experiment shows that eyes can emit light. Which confirms the plausibility of the seventh sense. I first mentioned this idea with Hawking Eye Radiation, then used it so explain other mysteries including some about birds, seizures, and some other ideas.
This doesn’t exactly prove my theory, it proves the expected result. The theory behind it could still be wrong.
The study completed here provides the first direct evidence that perceived x-ray–induced phosphenes result, at least in part, from production of Cherenkov light emission. Does this confirm the theory we had about bird sight? Not even close.
Something important to note here is that just because at certain energies the eye produces visible light, doesn’t mean that the eye cannot produce other waves under different energies. It’s not proof. It’s proof of concept. And I’ll take it.
The worst part of all of it is that I’ve been trying to figure out a way to test for this for about two years, and this study was published two years ago. Onward.
https://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/news/2020/scientists-capture-for-first-time-light-flashes-from-human-eye-during-radiotherapy/: Emission Theory Confirmed (sort of)