Fleck wrote:You think too much, you'll give yourself a headache
Lateralman wrote:Is colour an illusion, specifically tailored for human eyes?
Lateralman wrote:Why is it when these many talented artisans were painting and drawing that they could not see the world in 3D?
I find this puzzling.
Lateralman wrote:Only thoughts Mr Lloyd, there may be better examples. If we were, all colour blind then colours cannot exist, can they?
Lateralman wrote:Thank you, okay chaps staying with the debate another couple of thoughts.
Then again perhaps pink is there but the blue sky is so dominant it obscures it. If the sky were white, perhaps pink, lying diffused next to red would be visible.
In addition, as an observer can view a rainbow from any distant angle they manoeuvre to and they will still see the rainbow as a flat on bow.
As an idea, I would suggest that a rainbow is not a bow at all but a spectrum of ‘Colour Dome’ (half a bubble) with the observer only being able to see the outer rim colours of the dome, the rest being invisible to the naked eye.
That is unless it reveals itself, in part, with one rainbow inside of another in the form of a double or triple rainbow.
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