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The lights are off visibility zero you here a noise you get up and fall over your table now imagine that experience your whole life by being blind There is more then what meets the eye when we refer to sight The eye can be surgically trained to see but the mind can not identify the object if it has never been seen When blind patients feel an object they know what it is because that is how the brain has been trained to identify objects Those who are deprived of sight and had it surgically restored still will never regain full sight because of the time and experience both the eye and brain must have working together to see and separate images The brain must go through the same training it went through by learning to identify objects by touch When a person has not been able to see from birth and has the privilege of sight after shehe has gone through the early learning years of its life the brain struggles because of its drastic transitional change Vision is a combination of effort time and experience along with the physical eye itselfOne of the main combinations that creates the aspects of vision for the human eye is effort The average human which has been able to see since birth does not grasp the fact that sight is not an involuntary act According to John Krist light strikes to retina sending impulses to the brain there is nothing automatic about the act of seeing John Krist Learning to See the world Being able to look at an object and identify it is something that we have trained our brain to do since birth If you were to take someone who has been blind since birth then they would have not gone through that training process From the day one is born the brain starts absorbing and being able to make the difference between color
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