"The profundity of his colour blindness is a lie. Were anyone on earth to have such severity then that would be a medical phenomenon worthy of scientific study."
How can you make such a statement without seeing the obvious assumption - that you know everything, or that the world is an idealistic place where a medical "normal" has been eternally established, and every deviation is accurately diagnosed by doctors who are in constant contact with ALL of humanity? Do you not see that you have not the slightest shred of evidence to back up your "this is definitely a lie"?.
i think it is a bit strong trying to claim I do not have a shred of evidence. I though you were not going to be bickering?
If a man told another person that he could live without a heart he would either be a very unusual medical specimen or a liar. Sometimes the only miraculous thing about miracles is that it requires a miracle to believe them.
I don't know everything, but I have looked into colour blindness. If he is not exaggerating then he needs to check in to the nearest medical research facility because he has much to offer science.
It's the same thing you were doing in the other thread. Making a statement of certainty with nothing to back it up. It's really offensive. Not to mention incorrect
On what issue exactly?
You mean the one you have now conceded?