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Old 02-14-17, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by wphamilton View Post

1) that we had to learn it all from scratch and our perceptions

much of our visual perception is baked in genetically in the structures of our brains

and that you and I probably do see the color red in exactly the same way.
1) We know for a fact that you have to learn how to see.

2) Sure

3) No, there are differences. As a practical matter, it's not usually going to have an impact most of the time. But there are differences in the way people see things. I have to wear glasses, even with them, I lack the visual acuity of some combat pilots that are 10/10.
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