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  1. A riddle from 1688 goes. "If a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability, distinguish those objects by sight alone?" In 2003 the riddle was solved when five people had their sight restored though surgery. They could not.

  2. A philosophy riddle from 1688 was recently solved. If a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability, distinguish those objects by sight alone? In 2003 five people had their vision restored though surgery, and no, they couldn't.

  3. A philosophy riddle from 1688 was recently solved. If a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability, distinguish those objects by sight alone? In 2003 five people had their sight restored though surgery, and, no they could not.

  4. A philosophy riddle from 1688 was recently solved. If a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability, distinguish those objects by sight alone? In 2003 five people had their sight restored though surgery, and, no they could not.

  5. In 1688 William Mollineux asked if a person born blind and learned what a cube or sphere was by touch would be able to recognize them if he ever gained the sense of sight. With recent technological advancements, we learned the answer is a big no

  6. The answer to the Molyneux's problem. A person born blind that can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, if given the ability to see, is unable to distinguish those objects by sight alone.

  7. A sphere with a radius of X kilometers has the same volume as a cube that’s X miles on each side

  8. Molyneux's Problem (1689) asks if a blind person can feel differences between shapes (e.g. cubes and spheres), could they recognise them by sight alone, if they regained their vision? In 2003, five blind people re-gained their sight. They could not recognise the shapes by sight alone.

  9. There's a "luxury ice" maker that sells their sphere & cubed ice for $325 per 50 pieces a bag.

  10. Richard Garriott's Ultima VII was one giant metaphor for how bad EA was. 2 of the main antagonists? Elizabeth and Abraham. Also in the game, The Cube, The Sphere, and the Tetrahedron are symbols of the Guardian’s evil. The old EA logo displayed those exact shapes prominently.

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Molyneux's problem is whether a blind person, able to distinguish between a cube and a sphere by touch, would be able to tell which was which by sight if their vision were restored. By restoring sight to five functionally blind children, scientists have determined that the answer is no.

In 1689, a philosopher asked: "If a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability to see, distinguish those objects by sight alone?" In 2003, 5 people who had their sight restored were asked that question. They all answered no.

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