Colours' are awesome! Though, I have always wondered if we all see colours' the same way. I mean, we can't describe a colour to someone who was born blind without using references like the colour of grass or the sky which they never have seen. What says that the blue I see in the sky is not the same for someone else. It could be green for all I know, but that person would see it as blue. Hope that wasn't to confusing and someone got what I was saying^^
I was actually thinking about this today (: If someone was born blind , you can't really decribe colours , or faces or really anything ): and it's quite saddening to be born without the ability to see . But their sense is sound and smell is much better than people who can see .
I actually heard somewhere that their senses doesn't become better because they lose one sense. It's because they rely on the other senses that they use much more, then someone who can see. Something like that, I think.
Well , they train their other senses , so I because they do become better . I read this thing on a blind man and it was saying that when he clicks with his tongue , he can tell how far away something is because he listens for the echo - now that is pretty cool . So I do think their senses become better because I don't know anyone who can see being able to do that .
That echo localisation thing sounds really cool and yeah, their senses probably become better, but I think that those who can see has the same possibility. It's just that of the five senses, we depend more on sight then on the other four. Hearing is probably the one we depend on after sight.