Superpower? Chinese Boy’s “Cat Eyes” Glow in the Dark, Work in Pitch Black

Posted by on January 26th, 2012
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His name is Nong Youhui.

His eyes are blue while his family all were born with brown eyes.

He squints when the sun is out but can see clearly in darkness so thick you cannot see the person in front of you.

He has “Cat’s Eyes” and has become famous for his strange vision. Is it a superpower? Sign that he is born of alien DNA? Will he get a scholarship for Charles Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters?

Thanks to loyal Weirdo mxyzplx for the tip on Twitter.


One Response to “Superpower? Chinese Boy’s “Cat Eyes” Glow in the Dark, Work in Pitch Black”

  1. George Corley Says:

    Found a debunking here:

    As far as just blue eyes — the village he comes from is close to the minority areas in China, but not the places that I would expect to see blue eyes (there are minorities in China that are more likely to have blue eyes, though).  So, could be a random mutation or some trait surfacing from previous miscegenation with Europeans — hard to say.