What Is Color and How Is It Made?

All the information we have about color indicates that every process that takes place during the formation of color is set on very delicate balances. Without these balances, we would inevitably be left in a fuzzy dark world instead of a clear colorful one, and would even lose our ability to see. Let us suppose that of the above-mentioned items, only one – the nerve cells that perceive the electric signals generated by the retina – does not exist. Neither the sunlight being within the visible spectrum, nor the other parts of the eye being completely functional, nor the existence of the atmosphere would be adequate and compensate for this lack. Read more

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