Chinese boy from city of Dahua possesses the ability to see in the dark and believed to be a superhuman.
Like many babies, Nong Yousui was born with blue eyes; however, Nong’s eyes have a certain brightness that set him apart from other blue-eyed children. Later on he discovered that the colour of his eyes was not his only unique feature, as he claimed to have perfect vision in complete darkness. Confused father of little boy took him to hospital in search for answers. In spite the doctors have ensured him that Nong would grow out of it and his eyes would become black like most Chinese people, things didn’t change in time. Even though Nong can see clearly in the dark, he has difficulty seeing in sunlight and finds bright light uncomfortable. His teacher also claims that when light is shined directly into Nong’s eyes in the dark, they reflect a neon green tone.
When Nong’s story first went public, a skeptical Chinese journalist decided to formally test his claim. The journalist created a set of questionnaires for the boy to complete in a controlled setting, a pitch black dark room. After completing the tests, his results clearly proved that the boy can see, read, and write perfectly in complete darkness.
The World Record Academy, the organization that certifies world records, deemed Nong Yousui as the first person to be able to see in the dark and awarded him with a world record.
Nong’s night vision phenomenon generated a great interest and a lot of debates among scientists around the world.
There was all kinds of phenomena reported and witnessed regarding capabilities in humans eyes. Many people have claimed to heal their eyesight naturally and there have been studies performed on humans that have successfully improved their night vision. It is also believed eyes are kind of gateway to the soul, which means they could be used as a tool to look beyond the physical world and into the spiritual.
Possessing superhuman abilities, for which scientists have had no explanations, Nong has come forward to share it with the public, supporting the theory that there is a great amount of things in the world still remain beyond science.