A California company says it is testing a laser-based process that can permanently turn brown eyes blue, something it says a lot of brown-eyed people want. Stroma Medical of Laguna Beach says the process is not reversible and cannot be used to turn blue eyes brown, but its research indicates far more dark-eyed people want blue eyes than blue-eyed people want dark eyes.

Stroma Chief Executive Officer Doug Daniels said the process uses lasers to remove melanin, pigment that is a factor in eye color, in the eye without damaging vision. About 80 percent of people have dark eyes, but Stroma said two separate research surveys said 17 percent of them would change their eye color to blue if it was safe and effective.

So, the Question Of The Day is: Would You Make Your Brown Eyes Blue?

Dave D.