I'm thinking 5 of the 6 are wrong. #5 is the only one I agree with. I don't think light bothers their eyes, but being a predator (and prey), being visible in clear water is a big disadvantage for bass. They seek shade and/or cover for their ambushing and protection, not so much cause their eyes don't like the light and they can't wear Ray Bans.
In my experiences, the other five are inaccurate.
#1. Many times i've put the TM down and as soon as I hit the button, water boils as fish are leaving the area.
#2. Finding water 3-4 degrees above or below the surrounding areas has produced some concentrated groups of fish, especially in the dead of winter or the heat of the summer.
#3. I've made 10 or more casts with the same bait, different angles, to the same exact spot, cause it looked fishy. I've caught fish on that 10th cast before.
#4. Maybe a dink will bite again after being hooked, and I've heard of folks catching fish with their lures in the mouth just after getting broke off, I've yet to have it happen.
#6. This is the funniest one. Go throw a jerk bait on Table Rock with braid while someone throws one on 10 lb FC and see if there's not a difference. I've seen fish get shy with 12 lb line and flash a bait, but would bite it on 8 lb line.
Maybe someone needs to debunk that debunking