This moderate deutan color blindness is a very common eye condition that causes some individuals to have slightly more color blind eyes than others. It is an eye condition that is caused by a combination of factors including genetics, nutritional deficiencies, and environmental factors.
Our friend and colleague, Dr. John Mathers, has a very helpful website called Color Blindness 101. It’s a great place to start if you’re having color blindness, and it’s definitely a good place to start if you’re considering having this condition checked out.
I find myself having a lot more problems with my color vision when I switch from dark to light to dark to light. The color contrast between dark and light is really low and when I have a lot of bright lights shining on me I often have a lot of color confusion. For example if I have a bright orange light shining on me and the color contrast between the dark and bright orange is really low I can really have trouble distinguishing between light and dark.
The color blindness we suffer from is called moderate deutan or “moderate color deficiency.” It is a condition you can have without knowing it. The condition, for example, is caused by a defect in the production of a gene that converts light-sensitive cells into dark-sensitive cells. A healthy retina would normally produce all the dark-sensitive cells necessary to see colors.
Moderately colored eyes are not rare, but they are usually extremely rare. For the rest of us, moderate color deficiency is not often experienced. For example, most of us don’t see the sun when it’s directly overhead and we can’t identify a dark spot on the floor from behind. The only people who can’t see the sun or the dark spot on the floor are people with deutan color deficiency.
In general, color deficiency is not a major problem, but light-sensitive cells are very important to see the colors we look for. Since our eyes are not color blind, it is very easy for us to see things that are not there. Our brains have color deficiency, but our brains are not color blind.
The deutan color deficiency is most commonly associated with people with a rare genetic form of color blindness. There are about 25 different genetic forms of light-sensitive cells that cause deutan color deficiency. The people afflicted are called deutan color-blind, and are characterized by their inability to see certain colors when they are directly overhead.
Well, that’s why you can see through a rainbow.
This is one reason why the deutan color deficiency, if it exists, is so rare. A person with deutan color deficiency would not be affected by direct sunlight, and as a result, would never see a rainbow. Most people with deutan color deficiency do not see colors until they are close to the sun. The human brain is also able to perceive a rainbow, but not in the same way that other creatures see it.
The color blindness theory is the basis of the Deutsches Rhetoriker: Red is the color of the earth, and yellow is the color of the sky. The color blindness theory is based on the perception of colors that are not directly visible to the eye. In other words, when the eye sees a color, it is directly visible to the eye.