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On Tuesday, April 9, 2002, at 12:09 , Grant Callaghan wrote:
> He was unable to see things, but he was able to point to what he could
> not see.
If he could point to something, he was seeing it. He just didn't know he
was seeing it.
Sense. No categorization needed. He _could_ point at it. That looks like
a QED to me.
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