A Virus Could be Responsible for Human Consciousness (4)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2018-06-08 09:05 ID:hkIIkU9I [Del]

As ridiculous as it may sound, this could be true. Read this article for further details. What do you think? I personally find this fascinating, especially because there are numerous theories about how the world we see is just a perception that our mind creates, through filters, such as turning an image upside down, etc. There are things that can be perceived differently by people, which suggests that our world, or rather, what we see of it, is personalised and nobody really knows the real appearance of it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5358229/Could-ancient-virus-responsible-consciousness.html
Speaking of viruses, this is labelled as the most dangerous being on Earth, an interesting introduction worth watching: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YI3tsmFsrOg

2 Name: Jason Bratcher : 2019-02-24 18:19 ID:bq+VcMM6 [Del]

I stumbled across this literally just now.
I'm proudly using WaterFox on Windows 10 with a screen reader (NVDA - NonVisual Desktop Access from HTTP://WWW.NVAccess.Org/)
I'm congenitally blind, so I've never had the ability even to see objects or shadows;
I did have early light perception (but without seeing color) till about 14 or so years old.
Then it went to total darkness.
As per this website, it really is not too shabby of a place.
All I really have left to say is: Ding!

3 Name: Jason Bratcher : 2019-02-24 18:57 ID:bq+VcMM6 [Del]

It's really not often I write about the behavior of a website.
Most of the time, I tab (as in the Tab key) around the layout or use the arrow keys.
If underlined letters or keystrokes are included, NVDA most likely will tell me these.
This site is just an honest simple layout I wish more companies would use, just because it's east to tab around and locate things.
While most modern sites are so convoluted I can't do basic navigation under the burial of all the third-party content unnecessarily getting in my way, this site here reminds me of an old Listereen commercial.
Oh that one...
"Says what it does, does what it says."
I'm quietly on the prowl for websites with simple honest layouts that celiver me an experience on par with a "normal" sighted person.
You coders here are awesome;
Keep up the awesome work!

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