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I suspect that if we blinked one eye at a time, there'd be more babies born. 
neilep, this is one of the best questions I've red here in a while. This is really intriguing. It has to be taken into account that other blinking animals blink with both eyes too so it must be more efficient this way, but why?
I shall now remove metatdata from images I use from now on
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REGISTER or LOGIN, (no it doesn't meant you can't see your Hi-Fi  ). If you blink eyes alternately objects in the scene appear to change their position (move) because of ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGIN.So if we have this kind of computing power in the background of simple (unconscious) perception and seeing that the brain can compensate for these blind periods during two-eyed blinking, we can safely assume that it would compensate for the one-eye closed stereoblindness too for that 300ms.