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how did people form thoughts in their head before language
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I am not voting in the US election
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#1
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how is it done
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hard sciences don't have correct and incorrect answers actually
#4
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I've spoken to someone who has family that were born deaf, apparently they imagine a pair of hands signing which is crazy


that's so weird to think about
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hard sciences don't have correct and incorrect answers actually
#5
Acquired hearing loss: the language they heard/used before they lost their hearing

Congenital hearing loss with cochlear implant: the language they hear with the implant, sign if learned

Congenital hearing loss without cochlear implant: Sign language, home sign, spoken language (though they obviously don't hear the spoken language in their heads), visual imagery. Researchers are also currently investigating the role of kinesthesia in cognition in those who are deaf.
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#6
How do u explain colors to people born blind
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#7
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How do u explain colors to people born blind


how do you explain touch to dead ppl
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hard sciences don't have correct and incorrect answers actually
#8
They don't pronounce words in their heads. They use sign.

Which begs the question...
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Omae wa mou
Shindeiru



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#9
how can the world be real if our eyes aren't real
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^ I've just realised if you say Simple Plan's 2011 effort "Get Your Heart On!" really fast in a Southern American accent, it sounds gross. . .like sexual gross!

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#11
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Nothing ever touches

Basically we're all jedi, using electromagnetic forces to push things
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#13
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How can I get a qt to touch my peen
You're not listening

Nothing ever touches
#14
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You're not listening

Nothing ever touches


If he's lucky, someone will at least stimulate his electric field.
It didn't take long to realise
The safest place was not her arms, but her eyes
Where she can't see you
For her gaze, it blisters;
Grey skin to cinders
#15
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How can I get a qt to touch my peen


Drop the qt requirement and this becomes a far more attainable goal.
#17
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Some mult-language people picture things and concepts before thinking of the words themselves.


Slightly related:

I was in Spain once. My mind recognised the need to not be speaking English, and defaulted to my next-best language on occasion.

So I was squeezing past crowds muttering 'sumimasen.' Quickly thanking people with 'Doumo' even though I knew 'Gracias'. Saying please with 'Kudasai' even though I knew 'Por Favor'.

It was strange.
My old signature was too long. Have a daisy.

#18
I do the concepts/pictures before words thing reasonably often, especially when dealing with philo theory and shit, but also semiotics.

Like if you're looking at a photograph of something and you see a message in it, you understand the message without actually thinking the words the signs refer to. Which is weird and interesting.

It also makes writing essays a fucking nightmare
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