Why is the image we see with our eyes inverted?

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Why is the image we see with our eyes inverted?

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Draw two parallel lines, with a dot in between each other. One line is the world you’re looking at, the other is your retina. The dot, is the lense of your eye. If you draw a straight line to connect any point from the world line, to the retina line through the lense dot: they are going to be from opposite sides of their lines.