moire – Can the human eye be seen as more like a Bayer sensor than a Foveon sensor?

I’ve heard that human cone cells can detect only one color, so it’s more like a Bayer sensor than a Foveon. So, if the human eye is close to the Bayer sensor, I wondered if color moire would occur in the human eye as in the attached photo. Will the human eye use a feature like a low pass filter like most cameras to solve this problem?

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source : https://sudonull.com/post/184570-Hybrid-film-and-CCD-CMOS-matrix-is-not-possible-Try-saying-it-Foveon-X3