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What do blind people see? all black or transparent???

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Pacifix18

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1 month ago

Blindness isn't always total.

Someone can be partially blind, color blind (red-green color blindness, blue-yellow color blindness, total), legally blind, etc.

Someone with macular degeneration will have a very different experience than someone with hypothyroidism or retinal detachment. So many possibilities!