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Communicating Colour To The Blind
 
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Communicating Colour To The Blind


"Assuming you are blind, then I would have to explain the color red to you in the form of a texture that you can feel, a fragrance you can smell, a sound you can hear, and a flavor you can taste. In that order I would tell you the color red feels like heat, smells like cayenne pepper, an sounds like an emergency siren, and tastes like a red hot(hot candy).

But that still has nothing to do with the fact that the "life energy force" didn't just materialized. Something or someone had to start it."

How would that help me *see* the colour (experience it)? For someone who has never seen red, the things you have suggested have no context. If you are not wired to percieve, how do you get around that....or can you?

What you have suggested merely points with words to what is lacking in experience. Does this makes sense? Are you with me?

As far as the rest, patience...were getting there :-)

One must remain open to get to deeper nuggets of wisdom.

 

 
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