With colors or in black and white?

@manong05 (5030)
Philippines
September 28, 2009 12:25am CST
I'm pretty sure that blind people also dream or do they? but I wonder how they dream. Are their dreams always in black and white? If they haven't seen the world, how can they see things in their dreams and interpret them. I hope I can ask a blind person this question but for the sake of opinion. What do you think?
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4 responses
• New Zealand
28 Sep 09
Wow that is such a good question. I wouldnt have a clue. I guess you would have to ask them. Wow maybe they have a blur of feelings. Think about it, since they can't appeal to the sense of seeing maybe their dreams just make them roll around furiously in their bed. But i wouldn't have a clue. Because not knowing what the world is like, how could you see it in your dreams.
@manong05 (5030)
• Philippines
28 Sep 09
Precisely! I really want to know. I wish there are mylotters who are authorities in the field of dreams. LOL Have a nice day.
• Philippines
28 Sep 09
maybe, those who were born with sight and became blind later can see dreams in color. the blind ones who are born blind .... ahhh, ohhh, ehhh, i really don't know. i think they just dream of noises and sounds. i wish i knew! lol
@manong05 (5030)
• Philippines
29 Sep 09
ahhh, ohhhh, ehhhhh, ehhhh. I wish I knew too. LOL Just let me know if you get new insights about this. Very interesting.
@Maggiepie (7821)
• United States
28 Sep 09
[b]Wow! What an original & interesting question! I have no idea, but now that you've asked, I just have to find out! I'm a writer, & I smell a story! Maggiepie "WHERE'S THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE?"[/b]
@manong05 (5030)
• Philippines
28 Sep 09
Thanks, please do and don't forget to share your findings with me. LOL
@prinzcy (5082)
• Malaysia
28 Sep 09
According to research, our dreams are in colors. But the world of the blind people is different, they might have different dream. It's hard to know whether their red is the same color as our red. So does shape and feature of things. I think their dream still in colors but it might be a bit different than ours.
@manong05 (5030)
• Philippines
28 Sep 09
yes, and since they haven't seen shapes, how can they dream and interpret shapes. Interesting, isn't it. Thanks. Cheers.