whoa, an indepth question, and i think, the answer is no, to imagine colour i need to have seen colours, so to imagine a new one is very difficult
Hmmm......I went to art school for a semester and took a class about colors. I had to paint 32 shades of black. I have seen colors I have never seen before.
No. Our imagination is set by things we have seen before. A person who can only see in black and white only knows shades of black and white. They can imagine shapes and sounds. Our imagination is based by our experiences. If we have not seen a shade of color we cannot imagine it. 70% of our learning is through our eyes. Value them and use them daily.
by reggieTull8 years ago
Can you describe colors to a blind person who has never seen.
by AGAINST MY WILL8 years ago
Is there an anger you have never seen before?
by qwark7 years ago
...can you imagine this?Pls, monotheists have nothing credible to offer, so, "fundies," don't bother trying to answer this question.TY.Jeez! Am I gonna get banned for this comment?
by Rochelle Frank5 years ago
Today we had a small bobcat harassing our ducks-- Never seen on on our property before, and though the ducks have a very secure enclosure, they were very agitated.
by kallini20106 years ago
How long could you survive homelessness?I cannot even imagine myself being homeless. But what if?
by itsameanoldscene5 years ago
Have you ever seen a ghost?
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