This fascinating report says Deaf Students May Have Advantage in Studying Geologic Faults. It makes sense without reading it because we have a sensitivity to vibrations. In reality, “… students who use American Sign Language (ASL) are often already adept at this 3-D thinking, and it may give them an advantage when grappling with the intricate networks of geologic fault systems.” So it doesn’t apply to everyone… just those who are fluent in ASL. Great finding, isn’t it?