rainbows dont exist to a person born blind
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But I've digressed enough. So does a rainbow exist to a blind man? Of course. Because rainbows exist. We can see the rainbow and just because blind folks can't see them does not make them suddenly non-existent. For we all exist on the same planet, in the same physical world. Plus, they can still taste the rainbow.
rainbows have no taste, what you on about :)
so when is it true for a blind man to say, its true, there is a rainbow in the sky
You can taste and absorb the power of the rainbow via skittles. Even sour rainbows! Either way, they just taste alright.
As for your question ... the only time it is "accurate/true" for a blind person to say there is a rainbow in the sky, is when there is a rainbow in the sky. If they say there is a rainbow in the sky, they risk being inaccurate/wrong. It simply depends if there is one or not where they stand at the time. Currently, only people who can see can tell them if there is truly a rainbow or not. But one day, it is said seeing eye dogs will be delivered by Santa to the blind, which will bark at rainbows so the blind may know whenever one is near.
Except for the troll part.
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